Best MP3 players

Reviews of some of the best MP3 players available

If you're in the market for an MP3 player and want the best money can buy then take a look at our expert reviews of the best MP3 players to have made their way through our Test Centre

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Sony A Series Walkman (NWZ-A845)

The Sony A Series Walkman (NWZ-A845) MP3 player competes with the Apple iPod Nano, offering one of the best screens we've seen on a small portable media player and some nifty features to boost audio quality. It is hamstrung by an unspectacular interface and a high price tag.

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  • 18th March, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Bright OLED screen with good contrast, inbuilt noise cancellation when used with compatible headphones
  • Cons:
  • Mediocre interface and controls, $100 more expensive than an iPod Nano

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