Sony to Launch the Nasne, An All-in-One Multimedia System

Sony just announced the launching of a new multimedia integration device called the Nasne. The Nasne is a quite a device, featuring a 500GB hard drive and is setup with several different tuner cards capable of capturing over-the-air broadcasts, cable, and satellite video. That’s not where the device stops, though. The Nasne integrates will just about all of Sony’s internet-connected devices, including the Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, Sony Tablets, the Xperia phones, and “VAIO TVs with nasne.”

Users will be able to record television shows and access them on all of the devices mentioned above. Sony has priced the device for ¥16,980 (or approximately $210 USD).

By connecting “nasne” to their home network, users will be able to watch and record digital terrestrial and satellite broadcast through dedicated applications such as “torne” for PlayStation®3 (PS3®) and “VAIO TV with nasne” for VAIO. Users will also be able to access recorded content from PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita), “Sony Tablet” and Xperia™.

Product name nasne™
Product code CECH-ZNR1J
Release date July 19, 2012
Recommended retail price (RRP) 16,980 yen (including tax)
Product color Black
External dimension Approx. 43 × 189 × 136 mm (width × length ×height)
Weight Approx 460g
RF tuners Terrestrial: ISTB-T × 1Satellite: ISDB-S × 1
Channels Terrestrial: VHF 1-12ch, UHF 13-62ch, CATV C13-C63chSatellite: BS/CS110°digital (1032-2071MHz)
Internal HDD SATA 2.5 inch (Capacity:500GB)
Inputs/Outputs LAN port (100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)ANTENNA IN connectorANTENNA OUT connectorEXT HDD connector (USB 2.0, Type A)

B-CAS card slot

Buttons Power buttonIP RESET button
Indicators Power indicatorREC indicatorIP status indicatorHDD access indicator
Power AC 100V, DC 12V.1.5A
Power consumption Recording and streaming two videos: 9.5WECO mode in stand-by: 1.5W
Network Recorder features DTCP-IP supportLive streaming / recorded content streaming of digital terrestrial / satellite television program (for home and mobile devices)2 recording mode (DR and SLP) supportRegistration as remote PVR device to be accessed through the internet

Trick play / scene search support

Resume play

Media Storage Device features Media server features-       DLNA 1.5 support-       Live tuner (terrestrial / satellite broadcasting) and DMS streaming of recorded programs-       Support image / music / video formats and metadata as PS3® (will be supported by “nasne” system software version 1.50. Some formats not supported)

–       DMS streaming of image / music / video files on the media server (will be supported by “nasne” system software version 1.50)

–       Support multiple DLNA devices (up to 2 DTCP-IP content streaming or 1 live streaming)

File server features

–       Shared directory configuration

–       Workgroup configuration

Other features “nasne HOME” web browser applicationSupport an external hard driveECO mode (Stand-by after 10 minutes without an access)Support “nasne” system software update
Included “nasne” × 1AC adaptor × 1Power cable × 1LAN cable × 1

RF coaxial cable × 1

B-CAS card × 1

Digital terrestrial broadcasting watching/recorder application for PS3® (Blu-ray™ Disc) × 1

Quick start guide × 1

Source:
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sony-computer-entertainment-to-launch-nasnea-new-networked-recorder-and-media-storage-device-147698415.html

Via:
http://www.theverge.com/2012/4/17/2954153/sony-nasne-tv-tuner-media-box-ecosystem-japan

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