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Monday, February 08, 2010
Sony Introduces New Bravia Blu-Ray Recorders


Sony has just released four new Digital Blu-Ray recoders for the Japanese market.

The BDZ-RX105 comes equipped with two Digital TV Tuners and has 1TB internal HDD. The BDZ-RX55 and the BDZ-RX35 also come with two Digital TV Tuners 500GB/320GB HDD onboard. Finally the BDZ-RS15 model has a single Digital TV Tuner and a 320GB of internal HDD.

The devices are capable of recording HD Video from the Japanese Satellite operator SKYPerfectTV! HD, that will offer live coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Other features include the "Sony Room Link" and a Sony Walkman and PSP movie forwarding. Another interesting features is the a camera (Photo & Video) back-up mode. When users connect their camcorder or DSLR Sony to the Blu-Ray Recorder, data (audio and video) will be automatically saved on the recorder's HDD with simple click of a button.

For more information, visit http://www.sony.jp/CorporateCruise/Press/201002/10-0208/



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