Four-band radio of TV UHF/VHF, which can listen to the popular stereo music and television programs at that time.
The first Walkman developed for use during outdoor activities. Marked the first appearance of the distinctive yellow seen in later sports models. ≡
Radio Walkman with recording function and speed control, based on the WM-17
The WM-F20 was very similar to the WM-F10. The only changes of note were that the hinges and slides were made a little stronger...
The WM-F2 was a remarkably well-featured unit. Contained radio and could record, either from the radio or from an external source. ≡
First wired remote control, enabling the Walkman to be placed in your bag, but controlled from the outside.
The famous "Solar Walkman" was indeed a technological marvel. ≡
3-band radio was added to the hatch door of the wm-101. The body is only the size of the tape box.