No, we're not talking about a ridiculously priced movie box set, but a Sony Blu-ray changer with a whopping 400-disc capacity. This tallies up to a jaw-dropping 20 terabytes of storage space, which puts the upcoming BDP-CX7000ES in a different league from your typical network-attached storage (NAS) device and home theater PC. Bear in mind that most consumer hard drives max out at 2 terabytes.
If you could fill this towering behemoth to the brim, chances are that its rumored $2,250 launch price will be the least of your concerns. We can't imagine the nightmarish prospect of a breakdown. Who is going to be accountable for your entire library of expensive Blu-ray discs if this ends up back at Sony's service center?
Well, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it. In the meantime, Sony hasn't given a firm rollout date for the BDP-CX7000ES just yet.