Sony Japan bows a 2 TB hard drive-packin' Blu-ray recorder plus 4 others
Sony Japan has announced its latest group of Blu-ray recorders, all packing built-in hard drives ranging from the the 320 GB BDZ-RS10 (single tuner) to the whopping 2 TB BDZ-EX200. Rounding out the five new models are the 320 GB BDZ-RX30, the 500 GB BDZ-RX50, and the 1 TB BDZ-RX100. Aside from the RS10, all of the Blu-ray recorder have twin tuners.
Other features include the CREAS 2 Engine which offers improved picture quality and standard-definition upscaling, 1080p video playback, a USB port, and for the EX200, RX100 and RX50, support for Sky PerfecTV, and both PSP and Sony Walkman compatibility.
The RX100, RX50, RX30 and RS10 are all hitting Japan in September priced at $1800, $1500, $1200, and $1000, respectively. The EX200 will arrive on Japanese shelves in November priced at $2800.
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Posted by Justin Davey at August 26, 2009 6:25 AM