This PlayStation DVR add-on is coming back in Japan, and it will get PS5 support


Although Microsoft sunsets reside Tv listings in the OneGuide for Xbox One, an previously Sony exertion that introduced reside Tv and even DVR functions to PlayStation is producing a comeback. In 2010 Sony released a reside Tv tuner for the PS3 named Torne, and inevitably adopted that up with Nasne, a combo machine that blended the tuner with a constructed-in tough travel and assistance for streaming media. It inevitably supported the PS4 as nicely, but died out anyway.

Nasne PS4 DVR


Now Engadget Japan informs us that the Nasne is back again, now manufactured by a diverse firm Buffalo but with related desires of serving as a headless DVR unit that pulls in Tv streams for viewing on your PlayStation console or mobile machine. The solution web site reveals that alongside with upgraded constructed-in storage, it can be now able of supporting up to 6TB of external storage, and you can combine various models to report extra than 1 channel at at the time

A pre-buy web site is reside on Amazon Japan, where it will cost 29,800 yen ($273) for a unit with 2TB of storage, and indeed, a PS5-all set app is coming by the end of the year. The new software program is not going to do everything for its style which is nevertheless built to match the PS3, but what is actually improper with a throwback?

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