Sony frequently launches innovative gadgets. The latest product from the Japanese tech maker is ‘nasne,’ an advanced network recorder and content storage facility with an integrated hard disk drive of 500GB. The device features digital terrestrial and satellite broadcast tuners that will let you watch digital terrestrial or satellite content and record them easily.
The 'nasne' works with PlayStation 3, VAIO computers, PS Vita and Sony Tablets. Using dedicated applications like ‘torne’ and ‘VAIO TV,’ you can utilize the device to watch and record content respectively on PS3 and VAIO. The device further allows you to watch recorded content from PS Vita, Sony Tablets and Xperia phones as well. In short, you can enjoy digital content in a variety of forms and methods using the new Sony product.
Furthermore, the device doubles as a complete media storage solution. Users can store movies, music, images and other files in its 500GB HDD. The stored content can be accessed from any DLNA compatible device, which is connected to the same network. The 'nasne' can simply be used as an extra storage device to expand the storage capacity of your computers or other devices.
According to Kazuo Hirai of Sony, its new product serves as an ultimate home entertainment hub that can connect to a variety of Sony products. Sony will bring 'nasne' to the stores on July 19, 2012 for a price of 16,890 yen (approx. $208) in Japan. The company hasn't yet exposed anything about the device’s potential worldwide release. Hopefully, Sony may have an international version of the device in future.