Remember your old Walkman that played your favorite mix tapes and the radio? Sony is bringing it back, but updating it for 2015.

Live For Music reports the latest model of the Walkman will be called the ZX2, and it'll cost an estimated $1,200.

The new device is aimed at high-end audio playback, and Sony is calling it “the fruit of continuous refinement in high audio quality technologies.” The ZX2 will support WAV, DSD, FLAC, AIFF, and Apple Lossless file types, as well as more common digital music file types.

Other features include: 128 GB of memory, microUSB, Bluetooth and Google Cast capabilities, a gold headphone jack, touch screen, and side-mounted playback controls that can adapt to your fingers. Pretty cool right?