Building on the popular Playstation 2 platform, Sony unveiled its new convergence product, the PSX. The new device will feature TV/satellite tuning, CD/DVD playback & recording, and DVR functions via remote control, in addition to its function as a Playstation 2 console. With a price tag of around $720 and Japan-only availability until next year, the PSX won't be easy to acquire.
Also of note from the CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced TEChnologies), where the wraps were taken off PSX, were demonstrations of Dual-layer 8.5GB recordable DVDs, and compact fuel cells for portable devices.
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