Sony's game division plans to launch a new networked video recorder and media storage device by the bizarre name "nasne."
The new home gadget will be available in Japan on July 19 for 16,980 yen, or $211. The device has a 500-gigabyte hard disk drive and will have both digital terrestrial and satellite broadcasting tuners. It's the sort of new device that Sony's new chief executive, Kaz Hirai
, wants to launch to prove that the Japanese consumer electronics giant hasn't lost its mojo. You could probably think of nasne as the ultimate convergence
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