At the same time it launched its latest Walkman S Series, Sony also rolled out three Sony NetJuke systems, giving you a place to plug in/charge your Sony digital audio player, store tons of audio files, play CDs and MDs (MiniDisc), and also transfer their content to the Walkman players. The M90HD has a 250GB hard disc, CD and MD, while the NAS-D50HD has an 80-gig hard disk, CD and MD.
Notice Sony is still pushing its hoary old MiniDisc format (did you realize it was first introduced in 1992?), apparently for those who have already been suckered into buying content on that proprietary format. Anyway, these are some attractive designs; might be popular in Japan.
Close-up pictures of the two other models, after the jump.
NetJuke [Akihabara News]