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Sony MZ-N10 - PCstats.com Sony MZ-N10
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”So what is new about the MZ-N10 and how is it any different or better than the MZ-N1 and lower models? Well first thing that you will notice is the size and the weight. Yes they made it smaller, lighter, and more compact. How? Sony installed a built in Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery to reduce the size and excess weight and bulk of the old Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) sticks. The new MZ-N10 is an "ULTRA THIN" (on box) 13.8 mm tall magnesium body. The Walkman fits and slides easily into your average pocket, and feels lighter than most wallets.”
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