Sony announced four digital Blu-ray disc recorders with HDDs. The line-up includes the BDZ-X90, BDZ-T70, BDZ-T50 and BDZ-L70.
The all new Sony Blu-ray disc recorders are able to record HD on the Blu-ray disc, 24p true cinema, high-speed Hi-vision dubbing and AVCHD support.
The top of the line is the Sony BDZ-X90 (photo above), it featurs a 500GB hard-drive.
The Sony BDZ-T50 has a 250GB HDD and one digital Hi-Vision tuner. The BDZ-T70 has a larger 320GB hard-drive and offers two digital tuners for parallel recording.
The Sony BDZ-L70 is optimized for AVCHD video cameras offering one-touch dubbing. The BDZ-L70 has a 320GB HDD.
The new Sony Blu-ray recorder devices will be launching on November 8th. The BDZ-X90 sells for 200,000 Yen (~$1,755), the BDZ-L70 has a price of 180,000 Yen (~$1,580), the BDZ-T70 sells for 160,000 Yen (~$1,400) and the BDZ-T50 has a price-tag of 140,000 Yen (~$1,230).
If and when Sony will be offering the new Blu-ray recorders outside of Japan is not yet known. Sony introduced the first Blu-ray recorder BDZ-V9 and BDZ-V7 in 2006 in Japan. The only Sony Blu-ray recorder currently available is the Sony DVDirect MC5 that is aimed at video camera users.
Via this Sony press-release (Japanese).
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