This is an electronic photo storage device; very simply put, you transfer photos from a flash media card to the HDPS-L1, where they are stored on the internal hard drive.
Sounds simple enough, comparable to the advent of sliced bread you may say, well it works and it works well. Included is a 80GB hard drive, as well as audio and video lineouts to connect the photo storage device to the home theatre system. Once downloaded, the images are automatically organized by date, as well as having the ability to sort photos by groupings.
The widget measures only 8.5�?x10�?x1.4�?, and supports seven different types of flash cards as well as USB inputs, and as well as being able to download from the cards, you can also upload to the cards.
When viewing the photos, you can utilize the remote control to move through your collection, as well as viewing them in slide show mode.
The Sony HDPS-L1 in detail:
Hard Drive 80GB
JPEG and Sony RAW file support
Handles USB, Memory Stick/Duo, Compact Flash, Micro-drive, SD Card, xD Picture Card, Multi Media Card
Available in May for about $300