Sony announced a 40GB hi-fi jukebox earlier this month, and now theyve got an even bigger one out on the market: the new NAS-M7HDS has 80GB of storage onboard, which translates to being able to hold about 40,000 songs. It plays and records the ATRAC and MP3 formats (no AAC love for you, Apple), and can receive songs from the built-in CD and MiniDisk players, a Memory Stick slot, and via USB (to your PSP, even) and Ethernet. If youve got it online, you can purchase cds through Sonys online store via the 4.3 inch color screen. ¥84,800, currently only in Japan.
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