New Sony CoCoon CSV-p500 Channel Server With 160GB

Posted: May 8 2003, 10:03am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:49pm CDT , in Other Stuff


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New Sony CoCoon CSV-p500 Channel Server with 160GB

Sony announces (raw translation) a new Personal Digital Video Recorder and Channel Server Device.

The Sony CSV-p500 part of the CoCoon Series.

The CSV-p500 is optimized to work together with the soon to be released SkyPerfecTV satellite Receiver eSAS-CR1SET.
Sony's new offering is providing program (EPG) information on TV broadcast and acts as a personal digital video recorder. With its large builtin 160GB hard drive it can record up to 110hours.

The Sony CSV-p500 will start selling in Japan May 17th for 95,000yen.

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