Sony has announced a standalone home network hub for PS3 and Vita called “nasne” will release in Japan this summer. It comes with a 500GB HD and “a digital terrestrial and satellite broadcasting tuner” which will allow users to “record digital terrestrial and satellite telly through a dedicated application” on PS3. Users can also access recorded content from Vita, Xperia and Sony tablets as well as stream “live and recorded TV onto two supported Sony devices simultaneously.” It will also store movies, music, pictures and an external HDD can be added if you need more space. There are other cool features as well, but what’s not so cool is it’s a Japan-only item – for now at least. It releases July 19 for ¥16,980 yen (£133/$210). Thanks, Eurogamer.
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