Japan Gets Four New Blu-ray Recorders from SonyS

Sony took the time at their dealers convention in Japan today to announce the forthcoming arrival of four Bravia Blu-ray recorders. The BDZ-X90, BDZ-L70, BDZ-T70 and BDZ-T50 have anything from 500GB to 250GB of internal memory, are MP4 and AVC/H.264-compatible, and are expensive. Stats and prices are below the gallery.

Japan Gets Four New Blu-ray Recorders from SonyS

Japan Gets Four New Blu-ray Recorders from SonyS

Japan Gets Four New Blu-ray Recorders from SonyS

Japan Gets Four New Blu-ray Recorders from SonyS

BDZ-X90
Burns Dual layer BD-R and RE discs
500GB of internal HDD
2 digital TV tuners
2 analog TV tuners
Gold plated HDMI output of 1080p60 and p24
200,000 yen ($1,752)

BDZ-L70
Burns Dual layer BD-R and RE discs
320GB of internal HDD
2 digital TV tuners
2 analog TV tuners
Gold plated HDMI output of 1080p24
180,000 yen ($1,576)

BDZ-T70,
Burns Dual layer BD-R and RE discs
320GB of internal HDD
2 digital TV tuners
2 analog TV tuners
HDMI output 1080p24
160,000 yen ($1,401)

BDZ-T50
Burns Dual layer BD-R and RE discs
250GB of internal HDD
2 analog TV Tuners
HDMI output 1080p24 only.
140,000 yen ($1,226)

The four recorders are out in Japan in November and they are all Bravia Link-compatible. Akihabara News and Impress through Google Translate