The CP-7 was the first all-weather cassette portable. The entire unit had to be placed in a specially designed weather-proof carry case . This was just a few months before the debut of Sony's first Sports Walkman, the WM-F5.
A light weight auto-reverse player with graphic equalizer. The button layout is designed for intuitive operation when the player is tucked away in your pocket/carry bag.
A recording capable Walkman, clearly inspired by the RX77.
A basic model with simple tape control buttons and remote control. A special version was produced for Toyota Century and Celsior (Lexus LS400) luxury sedans. ≡
This unique device combined a black and white LCD screen with a portable cassette player, making it the world's first player with a built-in TV.
It features a sleek design in brushed stainless steel, aesthetically pleasing, notably prone to scratches. Next to the WM-EX2000 the only one with MEGA SURROUND ≡
Enjoy an impressive playtime! Backlit remote control with 3.5mm jack that looks borrowed from a MiniDisc portable.
The final model in the WM-10 series of stretchable Walkmans is both the heaviest and thickest, but it uniquely features auto-reverse. Identical to the WM-40.
The first of new series of “cassette case sized”, without the battery in the main housing. For CND and US. ≡
This is a high quality unit with soft touch control, Auto-Reverse for recording and playback. Large LCD display, 2X speed recording, stereo speakers, A-B repeat, microphone, and more. ≡
Sleek Aiwa model with automatic volume adjustment based on environmental noise levels. Also featured one button for standard playback.
Rare model of the QT series in brilliant/glossy red. It can go loud!
A combination of Walkman and language learning unit. It can store 4, 8 and 16s for repeated playback at reduced quality.
The new 'W' with a dot Walkman logo was introduced in 2000. It was immediately incorporated into the design of this unit of that era.