Sony Introduces New Hardware For PS3 Digital Recording And Streaming

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Sony Introduces New Hardware For PS3 Digital Recording And Streaming


Sony’s Japan-only digital recording system, Torne, is getting an upgrade. Say hello to Nasne.

Outfitted with a 500GB HDD, Nasne comes with an onboard digital and terrestrial tuner.

Using Torne’s software, Nasne can record and stream to a variety of Sony devices — such as the PS3, the PS Vita, the Vaio, the Sony Tablet, and Experia smartphones.

Nasne is priced at ¥16,980 (US$210) and will be out this July in Japan. No word on a Western release.

ついにPS3でBS&CS放送が録画可能に! PS3、PS Vita、VAIOなどSONY機器と連動するTVレコーダー『nasne(ナスネ)™』 [Kotaku Japan]

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Comments

  • is it possible to use that as extra storage place to install games? 40gb fat PS3 doesnt have much space and I’m too lazy to upgrade my hard disk

  • Hopefully this is a sign Play tv 2 will be announced this year, been holding out for it for a while now. appears to work as a wireless media box and HDD, so you don’t have to use up the HDD

    • Sure can. Mine came with 80gb, popped it out and slapped in a 500gb. Just don’t go 1tb, its too physically big for the drive bay, unless they’ve fixed the bulk issue some of them had?

  • If it lets you by pass cinivia then it’s good. If not it makes my two ps3’s for media centers still the same paper weights they are today.

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