Sony Ericsson W810 Review


Sony Ericsson are very successful in using the names of some of their products, which are worldwide famous, to get free advertisement and establish themselves even more as one of the leading powers in the mobile phone manufacturing. The Walkman line started more than 2 decades ago, but recently it has been offered in a mobile phone format – precisely Walkman is the branding of the “W” series of Sony Ericsson, which include advanced music options for phones, trying to get them closer to the music players out there. W810 is the descendant of the W800 and is built on its basis, but some of the problematic zones, such as the joystick and the mobile internet, are changed, so is the panel color (from white to black) combined with the familiar orange of Walkman.

Similar to other phones from the series, the W810 is pre-packaged with a large set accessories, which gives you the opportunity to listen to your favorite music without having to buy any additional ones. A 512 MB card is included in the pack, and it can be changed with a larger one. A USB cable is also available, but sadly the connection with the computer is slow. An interesting accessory is the hands-free: it consists of two parts – the first one is the “jack”, which connects to the port of the Sony Ericsson and ends with a microphone equipped with a start/end call button, which is of the 3.5 mm type; the second part is the 3.5 mm “plug-in-ears” headphones for a “richer musical experience”. Luckily, because the headphones are of the standard 3.5 mm type, they can be replaced with other types of headphones.

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