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In a few parts of the world–like Europe, Australia, and Japan–people utilize their PlayStation 3 not just for playing games or watch movies on Blu-ray, they also watch television programs using TV tuners.

Sony Japan steps up its usual TV tuner fare with the Nasne headless media box. A combination of a networked recorder and media storage device, this device comes with a 500GB SATA HDD and tuners for both antenna and satellite TV. The Nasne gathers broadcast signals and either records them or streams to up to two other Sony products (Vita, PS3 with Torne app, Vaio PC, Sony Tablet, or Xperia smartphone) on the same home network at the same time. It also supports streaming of stored media through DLNA, once its software gets updated to version 1.5.

Tech experts speculate that this could be the so-called “reinvention of television” that Sony harped way back. The Nasne will be shipped July 19 for 16,980 yen (about US$211).

Source: Engadget

 
 

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