Sony Unveils Five New Blu-ray Player DVRs

Posted Mon Aug 31, 2009 at 02:20 PM PDT by Mike Attebery

Able to convert to PSP format impossibly fast.

A quintet of Blu-ray DVRs was released by Sony last week, just on the heels of a similar product offering from Mitsubishi. The DVRs range from the fairly unimpressive BDZ-RS10, sporting a single digital tuner and 320GB hard drive, to the BDZ-RX100 which has two digital tuners, a full terabyte of hard drive space and PSP support.

Blu-ray DVRs aren’t surprising coming from Sony, but what might be most interesting is the capability of many of these DVRs to convert video into a PSP compliant format. According to Akihabara News, the new PSP compatible DVRs are capable of converting an hour's worth of video in less than two minutes, an impressive speed for a fairly niche feature.

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Tags: DVR, PSP, Sony (all tags)