Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia (SCEJA)
SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN ASIA TO RELEASE
SYSTEM SOFTWARE UPDATE VER 1.71 FOR "NASNE" IN JAPANAllowing Users to Copy and Back up Data from Their PlayStation®Vita to "nasne"
Tokyo, April 10, 2013– Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia (SCEJA), a division of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., responsible for business operation in Japan and Asia, announced that it will release a system software update version 1.71 for "nasne™" soon in Japan.
With this update, users will be able to copy and back up various data stored in PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) to Hard Disc Drive (HDD) of "nasne" via Wi-Fi connection by utilizing "Content Manager" feature of PS Vita. In addition, the version 1.71 will allow users to restore data which is backed up in "nasne" to their PS Vita system, as well as to enhance compatibility with variety of DLNA client devices in addition to further improving the stability of system software. *1*2*3
【Mainly added functions of system software update ver. 1.71】
A variety of data kept in the memory card for PS Vita including applications, saved game data, photos, music, and videos can be copied to HDD of "nasne". Copied photos, music, videos are stored in "PHOTO", "MUSIC", and "VIDEO" folder respectively in the shared folder of "nasne" named "share1". In addition to PS Vita, users can access "nasne" from their DLNA compatible devices such as PC to enjoy copied contents.
Supported Data: applications, saved game data, photos, music, videos
- *Users can transfer files both separately and collectively.
- *Copyright-protected content cannot be transferred.
- *Users can access applications and saved game data from "Content Manager" on their PS Vita systems or from "nasne™ HOME".
Variety of data stored in PS Vita such as bookmarks of the browser and language settings as well as data stored in the memory card for PS Vita can be backed up to HDD of "nasne" in a lump. Even if users mistakenly delete data stored in PS Vita and the memory card for PS Vita, users can restore these data by just transferring backed up files in "nasne" to PS Vita.
Supported Data: Data stored in PS Vita and memory card for PS Vita (system data, applications, saved game data, photos, music, and videos)
- *Backed up files are stored by online IDs. Multiple backed up files of PS Vita can be also stored in a “nasne”
- *Up to 10 backed up files per single online ID can be stored.
- *Trophy or Copyright-protected content cannot be backed up.
- *Backed up files of PS Vita stored in “nasne” can be deleted from “Content Manager” of PS Vita or “nasne™ HOME”
The release date for system software update ver.1.71 will be announced when decided at official homepage for "nasne" (http://nasne.com/).
SCEJA will continue to aggressively expand the new world of entertainment through the combination of “nasne” and PlayStation platforms as well as various other devices and services.
- *1Broad band internet connection is required to update "nasne"
- *2PS Vita and "nasne" must be on the same home network, with Wi-Fi connection for PS Vita and cabled connection for "nasne"
- *3PS Vita system software ver.2.10 or later is required.
|Release date||August 30, 2012|
|Recommended retail price (RRP)||16,980 yen (including tax)|
|External dimension||Approx. 43 × 189 × 136 mm (width × length ×height)|
|RF tuners||Terrestrial: ISTB-T × 1
Satellite: ISDB-S × 1
|Channels||Terrestrial: VHF 1-12ch, UHF 13-62ch, CATV C13-C63ch
Satellite: BS/CS110°digital (1032-2071MHz)
|Internal HDD||SATA 2.5 inch (Capacity:500GB)|
|Inputs/Outputs||LAN port (100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)
ANTENNA IN connector
ANTENNA OUT connector
EXT HDD connector (USB 2.0, Type A)
B-CAS card slot
IP RESET button
IP status indicator
HDD access indicator
|Power||AC 100V, DC 12V.1.5A|
|Power consumption||Recording and streaming two videos: 9.5W
ECO mode in stand-by: 1.5W
|Network Recorder features||DTCP-IP support
Live streaming / recorded content streaming of digital terrestrial / satellite television program (for home and mobile devices)
2 recording mode (DR and SLP) support
Registration as remote PVR device to be accessed through the internet
Trick play / scene search support
|Media Storage Device features||Media server features
|Other features||"nasne™ HOME" web browser application
Support an external hard drive
ECO mode (Stand-by after 10 minutes without an access)
Support "nasne" system software update
|Included||“nasne” × 1
AC adaptor × 1
Power cable × 1
LAN cable × 1
RF coaxial cable × 1
B-CAS card × 1
Digital terrestrial broadcasting watching/recorder application for PS3® (Blu-ray™ Disc) × 1
Quick start guide × 1
About Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Recognized as the global leader and company responsible for the progression of consumer-based computer entertainment, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) manufactures, distributes, develop and markets the PlayStation®2 (PS2®) computer entertainment system, the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system, the PlayStation®3 (PS3®) computer entertainment system and the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) portable entertainment system. SCEI has revolutionized home entertainment since they launched PlayStation in 1994. PS2® further enhances the PlayStation legacy as the core of home networked entertainment. PSP® is a handheld entertainment system that allows users to enjoy 3D games with high-quality full-motion video and high-fidelity stereo audio. PS3® is an advanced computer system, incorporating the powerful Cell Broadband Engine and RSX processors. PS Vita is an ultimate portable entertainment system that offers a revolutionary combination of rich gaming and social connectivity within a real world context. SCEI also delivers the PlayStation® experience to open operating systems through PlayStation®Mobile, a cross device platform. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, SCEI, along with its affiliated companies, Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC., and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd., and its division companies, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Sony Computer Entertainment Asia develops, publishes, markets and distributes hardware and software, and manages the third party licensing programs for these platforms in the respective markets worldwide.
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“nasne” is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
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