As far back as 1999, when Sony announced its intention to sell over the Internet downloadable music for use with its memory stick Walkman, the issue of digital music in Japan has been an awkward one.
What does MSW stand for?
MSW stands for Memory Stick Walkman (Sony)
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There was some new-fangled thing describing itself as a super-compact memory stick Walkman from Sony.
MEMORY STICK WALKMAN NO sign of Memory Stick fever letting up at Sony.
While Sony already has the lead in compact memory devices for the audio market, after launching a Memory Stick Walkman that can download music from the Internet, SD believes they will win the lion's share of the potentially lucrative market.
Sony's Memory Stick Walkman - here in April - plays music stored on a memory card the size of a piece of chewing gum.
RealNetworks also expects to provide integrated support for Sony's ATRAC3 codec technology, which will enable consumers to download and play ATRAC3-encoded music on PCs, as well as downloading such music to Sony's portable audio players packaged with OpenMG, like Memory Stick Walkman and VAIO Music Clip.
Sony offers a number of Memory Stick compliant products such as Cyber-shot digital cameras, a Memory Stick Walkman portable stereo, VAIO personal computers and other devices for which the speed of the storage media is critical," said Yoshihide Nakamura, Senior Vice President, Sony Corporation.
Sony has developed a Memory Stick Walkman that can be used to store music downloaded from the Internet along with video or photo images.