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Sony Introduces New Hardware for PS3 Digital Recording and Streaming

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

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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.

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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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Yeah but can it do 1080p 60fps? Pretty sure not even USB 3.0 can handle that.

Heck from the looks of it it doens't even have HDMI in. It uses COAXIAL. The question isn't why they don't bring it over here. The question is why they even bother to bring it out in Japan.