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Friday, October 15, 2004
Plextor Showcases PX-TV402U PVR and PX-716 at Digital Life


Plextor America showcased new products at Digital Life show, Jacob Javits Convention Center at October 14-17, 2004...

PX-TV402U:

The Plextor PX-TV402U is the ultimate personal video recorder for the PC. The PX-TV402U connects between a broadcast, cable or satellite TV signal and a PC. With all of the TiVo-like features users want from a PVR and the added bonus of being able to record over 20 hours of shows on a single DVD using hot new video formats like MPEG-4 and DivX, the PX-TV402U is sure to be one of the hot tech gadgets for Christmas.

The Plextor PX-M402U is the ultimate video converter for the PC. Connect any camcorder, VCR or DVD player to start recording video to a PC. Users now can make videos for DVDs and Video CDs as well as record in cutting edge new formats like MPEG-4 or DivX. Whether people want to edit videos or backup videotapes, the PX-M402U is the perfect solution.

PX-716A/716UF:

The new 716A drive achieves blazing fast 16X CAV performance on recommended 8X DVD+R media and burns a 4.7GB DVD in less than six minutes. Available in both internal (ATAPI) and external (USB/FireWire) versions, the new drive also supports dual-layer DVD media, enabling users to burn up to four hours of high-quality MPEG-2 video on a single 8.5GB DVD disc in approximately 28 minutes.

The PX-716 features Intelligent Recording, a combination of technologies designed to achieve high-quality recordings across a broad spectrum of media with varying grades of quality:

-- Intelligent Tilt -- Precise laser and three-dimensional tilt control to reduce jitter and achieve optimal recording and reading on uneven disc surfaces.

-- PoweRec -- A sophisticated write strategy providing superior quality recording at maximum speed for certified media.

-- AUTOSTRATEGY(R) -- A technology that determines the standard deviation of any blank disc and automatically optimizes the write strategy for unknown media, enabling high-quality disc recording.


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