If you were alive in the ’90s you had, or knew someone who had, a Sony Walkman. The product was ubiquitous in the era. However, with the predecessors that came after it, most notably the iPod, the device feel off the market. This week, Sony unveiled its plan to recapture some of its lost consumers by way of releasing a luxury MP3 player with a slew of fancy features. The product, named the Walkman ZX2, hosts a touchscreen, Bluetooth, 128GB storage and also supports Android apps. However, its main selling point is the S-Master HX processor, which permits high-resolution audio. Check out the new Walkman above and look for it to go on sale in spring for the price of $1,119.99 USD.