For the most demanding users who want to exploit different sources for their digital music in absolute comfort, Sony offers the NAS-Z200iR system compatible and certified with DLNA technology and equipped with Wi-Fi. This means that the new Sony system can communicate via the local wireless network with other devices that have these certifications, allowing the user to access their music collection stored on the computer and also to listen to your favorite Internet radio stations in the room or in the bedroom
In addition to integrating two speakers of 20 watts of power each, Sony NAS-200iR offers a remote control that integrates a 3.5-inch screen and an intuitive interface to control all playback functions, for managing music stored on PC, from the CD player, into the iPod connected to the Dock port of the audio system, and so on. A USB port is also available to connect Sony Walkman players or any other MP3 player. Sony NAS-Z200iR will be available in Europe from mid-September.
The second Sony CMT-Z100iR audio system offers the same acoustic technology as the model just seen, and also allows you to easily play music from iPods, CDs and devices connected to the USB port. In addition to the input audio jack, an AM / FM tuner has been integrated. Here too there is a remote control with a large screen for remote management. The Sony CMT-Z100iR system is already available. Both new Sony audio systems can be installed on the wall using a Vesa arm, the same used as a support for plasma and LCD televisions.
Also from Sony today we also remember the presentation of the Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX in the 32GB version. This is a suitable support for Sony SLR and compact cameras, perfect for recording photographs and even HD movies. The manufacturer declares that with the new 32GB card it is possible to record up to 225 minutes of HD video at the maximum resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. As in the 4GB, 8GB and 16GB models, a USB adapter is provided to speed up data transfers to and from the computer: up to 20MB per second for reading and up to 15MB per second for writing.