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Scared by AAC? Unsure of dual downloads? Petrified by teeny memory cards? Well fret no more because our Scandinavian-cum-Japanese friends at CES have

Scared by AAC? Unsure of dual downloads? Petrified by teeny memory cards? Well fret no more because our Scandinavian-cum-Japanese friends at CES have unveiled what they're describing as 'the Walkman phone for everyone'.While not quite matching up to the Nokia line-up at CES, Sony Eric's making much of the affordability of its new W200. Eschewing expensive features like Bluetooth, it ships with a 128MB Memory Stick Micro, good for around four albums of listening pleasure. Usual Walkman touches are there including the black or white/orange colour schemes and dedicated music key. An FM radio and pathetic VGA camera are also on board.Meanwhile current SE fans can content themselves with the announced MBR 100 accessory. Looking like a black screwdriver handle without the screwdriver, but infinitely more useful, it plugs into any 3.5mm input jack or RCA-sporting device and streams music direct from any Bluetooth-equipped Walkman phone. So, that'll be anything but the W200 then. Whoops!

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Sony Ericsson W200, MBR 100Price: £TBA, £TBAOn sale: Q2 2007, JanuaryContact: Sony EricssonRelated stories:Go Mobile with Yahoo!