Sony HES-V1000 First Look

Posted: Oct 1 2007, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:08am CDT, in News | Technology News

Sony HES-V1000 First Look
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Sony introduced the impressive Blu-ray disc changer and media server HES-V1000 in September. Digital Trends takes a closer look at this $3,500 must have living room accessory.

Quote: "The Sony HES-V1000 Home Entertainment Server is a library in a box. With a 500GB hard drive, plus room for over 200 Blu-ray discs in its built-in changer, the unit's capacity borders on absurdity. The hard drive alone can handle 137 hours of video, 40,000 songs or 20,000 digital photos. A full load of 25GB single-layer Blu-ray discs would represent an additional 5TB in digital storage - 10TB if they were dual layer. Simply put, if the HES-V1000 can't hold your entire media collection in one form or another, you have a problem."
Read the full report on Digital Trends.
The HES-V1000 is supposed to ship on the 20th of October from the Sony Style shop.

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