Sony Europe has rolled out its newest all-in-one home cinema system, the BRAVIA DAV-F200 which is most pleasing to the eyes, thanks to a glass-fronted, wall-mountable control center that boasts a slot-loading DVD, 1080p upscaling, a USB port that works great with flash drives or PMPs containing MP3s as well as Sony’s very own DMPORT expansion slot. You can even throw in an optional Bluetooth or WiFi adapter in the latter, enabling the DAV-F200 to stream music from a wireless device. Audio format compatibility include MP3, DivX, JPEG and WMA. The DAV-F200 takes a power sharing route, where both stereo speakers and a subwoofer will pump out 405W of power while producing faux surround sound. No idea on how much it costs, but this is a decent entry level speaker system that will roll out this June.