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Sharp unveils 1TB Blu-ray recorder

September 27th, 2007 · No Comments

Sharp will unveil a disc recorder with a one terabyte hard drive at this year’s CEATEC tech show, which runs in Tokyo between October 2-6. The company, which recently grabbed a 14 per cent share of struggling plasma giant Pioneer, says that this is the first BD player to compete in storage term with Toshiba’s Vardia range of recorders. Its BD-HDW20 (pictured), whose 1TB hard drive can record 127 hours of HD TV, will be joined by 500GB version, plus seven BD disc-only recorders available in black, white, silver and red finishes, designed to to match Aquos LCD TVs. All the models stress ease of use, and include a disc meter which reveals the amount of free disc space remaining on recordable Blu-ray discs. The units also offer HDMI CEC control.


Tags: HD DVD and Blu-ray · Trade

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