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Taiwan market: Sony launches Handycam PJ5, to launch Walkman A860, A760
Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Friday 16 September 2011]

Sony on September 15 unveiled its Handycam PJ5 camcorder for immediate launch and two Walkman series, A860 and A760, for launch on September 23 in the Taiwan market.

Handycam PJ5 features a 1/8-inch CCD image sensor, 57x optical and 1,800x digital zoom, a 2.7-inch 16:9 LCD screen, dimensions of 58.5(W) by 55.5(H) by 124.5(D)mm, a weight of 280g (not including memory card and battery) and a built-in pico-projector, and sells at NT$14,900 (US$514).

The recommended retail prices for the A860 are NT$10,990 for the 32GB model, NT$8,990 for 16GB, and NT$6,990 for 8GB, and those for the A760 are NT$7,490 for 16GB and NT$5,990 for 8GB, Sony Taiwan indicated.

Sony Handycam PJ5


Sony Handycam PJ5
Photo: Company

Sony Walkman A860 series

Sony Walkman A860 series
Photo: Company

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