New Sony Net Juke NAS-M7HD With 40GB HDD

Posted: Oct 20 2005, 4:35am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:40pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

New Sony Net Juke NAS-M7HD with 40GB HDD
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Sony introduces in Japan a new bookshelf stereo in it's Net Juke line dubbed NAS-M7HD.

The new Sony Net Juke has an integrated 40GB hard-drive to store music. The MD stereo set also features a 4.1 inch color LCD display. Users can record music to MDs from the hard-drive and vice versa. And that is not all. The NAS-M7HD has also a Ethernet interface and a USB interface. Music can be stored directly via USB on Sony A-Series Walkman without the use of a PC. Apparently the NAS-M7HD also has a memory stick duo slot to transfer music for the Sony PSP.

Users can also directly purchase CDs from the Net Juke via a music store. The color display is showing the album covers when browsing the store.The Sony Net Juke NAS-M7HD will start selling in November in Japan. No pricing set yet.
More details in this Sony press-release (Japanese).

Sony introduced also new portable Hi-MD players recently.

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