By Robin-Leigh Chetty 14 April 2014


Sony's 3-in-1 Walkman headphones are feature rich and pack plenty of functionality. But is that enough to distract from its chucky, cumbersome design?
Great sound quality; Internal storage feature extremely useful; Very comfortable fit
Lacks any Bluetooth functionality; Speaker mode a little gimmicky
At R2 500, the NWZ-WH303 has plenty of functionality to make it stand out from the crowd. But we believe Sony has made one crucial oversight, with the lack of wireless Bluetooth connectivity in the headphone itself truly disappointing. In many regards, the NWZ-WH303 delivers fantastic value for money, but the lack of true wireless functionality seems to tarnish an otherwise well polished product.

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