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Sony puts hold on PS3 DVR release

New PS3 DVR hardware Nasne has missed its proposed release in Japan today after Sony suddenly put a hold on the product”.

Andriasang reports that Japanese retailer Famicom Plaza broke the news, speculating that the last-minute decision was perhaps due to a discovery of a bug in the device’s software.

All stock already with retailers must be sent back to Sony.

Nasne is the next generation of Sony’s PS3 digital video recorder, which in previous incarnations ahs been known as Torne. This new model offers more general multimedia functionality with the ability to share content between many household devices.

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