Sony unveils Walkman-Headphones combo depicting The Seven Deadly Sins Meliodas

Sony has been a brand known for its superlative creations in technology and electronics segment.  The Japanese gadget maker has always tried to blend innovative design with its advanced range of products. And now in an effort to bring something more exciting, the company has teamed up with 'The Seven Deadly Sins' comic and anime television series and has released a new Walkman and headphone pair depicting the legendary of protagonist Meliodas.

According to KAORI Nusantara, the Walkman is based on the technology of the NW-A35HN series A / R and its equipped headphones and merchandise are h.ear of MDR-100A series. The walkman comes with long lasting attributes. Additionally,  the Walkman headphones will be packed in a box decorated with original pictures of Meliodas. Seven Deadly Sins, regarded as Nanatsu no Taizai in Japan, portrays the avatar of a knight who represents the collection of "Seven Deadly Sins" in the Christian faith.

Anime News Network further briefs that the back portion of this electrifying red colored Walkman also depicts Meliodas' Dragon's Sin of Wrath mark. The matching headphones show off the same mark on the right side while showcasing the logo of the series on the left part. The more exciting part is that a full-fledged poster of the series alongside a pre-installed version of "The Seven Deadly Sins" Medley has also been attributed with the same.

This tremendous gadget alongside its attractive features has already turned into a masterpiece much liked by the consumers. Also, in Sony showrooms situated across Japan, visitors and buyers can now enjoy the high-resolution voice recording of Meliodas (filled by Yuuki Kaji) in certain special exhibition corners. So, overall this gadget is a marvelous piece of technology equipped with flakes of animation which can be availed in this shopping season.   

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