Sony has been cramming hard drives into its Netjuke stereos for quite a while now, but if you still haven't found one to your liking, you now have three more to consider from the company, two of which also boast the added bonus of networking capability. On the top-end, the NAS-M700HD (available in black only) packs a 160GB hard drive along with a CD player and a MiniDisc player, as well as some beefier speakers and a higher-quality S-Master amplifier that's not found in its lower-end counterparts. The NAS-M500HD, on the other hand, also boasts a 160GB hard drive and network-readiness but drops the MiniDisc player, while the pink CMT-E300HD takes things all the way down to 80GB and drops the networking capability as well. Like Sony's other similar systems, however, these ones are exclusive to Japan, where they'll set you back between ¥45,000 and ¥85,000, or roughly $420 to $790.

[Via Electronista]

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Sony debuts hard drive-equipped, network-capable stereos