Sony Personal Content Station Wireless Meida Hub

Sony Personal Content Station LLS-201 Wireless Meida Hub

Sony introduces Personal Content Station (model LLS-201) a wireless storage device that wants to be you media hub for storing, centralizing and sharing photos and videos. Basically, Sony’s PCS is a wireless 1TB hard drive that connects wirelessly to your home network. You can store content from multiple sources and view and share theme from you smartphone or tablet.

Sony Personal Content Station LLS-201 Wireless Meida Hub

With built-in support for dual-band WiFi 802.11b/g/n, the Personal Content Station can wirelessly backup photos and videos from smartphones and tablets (using the PCS Manager app), and Sony’s WiFi-capable Cyber-shot, Handycam, Alpha cameras. Using NFC, users of NFC-capable smartphones can have their content transferred with a simple touch. There are also USB port and MS/SD card slot for copying content from cameras, USB drive and memory cards.

As a centralized media hub, you can also stream photos and videos to a smartphone or tablet or other media devices. The Station supports AVCHD, MP4, MPEG2 SD, MOV, 3GPP(3GPP2), AVI, MPEG1 video and  JPEG, MPO, RAW image formats. With built-in video transcoder, it can convert AVCHD videos to MP4 format for playback on a smartphone or tablet. The HDMI interface and support for DLNA allow you to enjoy photos and videos up to 1080/60p on a HDTV.

Using the PCS Manager app, you can manage and share stored content easily from your Android or iOS smartphone and tablets. Sony’s media station has a stylish look and a contoured top where users can place their phone or camera. To be released in June, the  LLS-201 will be available for $299.

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