The original Sony Walkmans used cassette tapes and the branding has since expanded to many other portable music offerings, including a Walkman line of music-centric mobile phones.
The receiver had a design where you would place the small, walkman sized box in your jacket pocket and the wires would run down the inside of your sleeve and to your wrist.
The Sony Walkman Z Series, for example, is powered by Google Android, while the more affordable E Series comes in flashy colors and boasts 50 hours of battery life.
Whether you've got the music-centric W810i Walkman phone or the multi-megapixel madness that is the K790i, eSeth has got a Sony Ericsson theme for you.
Common and popular "candybar" phones include the Motorola SLVR (available in L2, L6, and L7 variations) and the Sony Ericsson W810i Walkman phone.
The standalone Walkman MP3 players come in a number of styles and typically have very attractive user interfaces and bold designs.
Next, spike your hair and accessorize with a chain on the outside of your shirt and a Walkman clipped to your pant's waistband.
Touted as the crowning jewel among the Walkman line from Sony Ericsson, the W900 is a powerful beast in a rather porky package.
One of the best features of the Walkman is that if you unplug your headphones you can listen to the music through speakers.
Complete with the company's trademark Walkman branding, this handset is just as much an MP3 player as it is a cell phone.