When the first iPod Touch was released to market, I wasted no time in getting one. I was attracted to its novel (at that time) touch screen interface and generally liked to buy into tech earlier than others.
Then Android happened, and the one question which has plagued me since was this: how come nobody is trying to eat into the iPod Touch’s market share? Apple is still selling them by the truckloads, carefully making each model obsolete year-on-year.
Samsung tried to do something about that with its Galaxy Players, but seemed understandably more focused on its mobile phones.
Sony has now stepped in to take up that mantle with its Walkman Z1050, a neat-looking device with decent hardware. …