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Friday, November 12, 2004
Sharp introduces Blu-ray recorder with hard drive


Sharp Corp said Thursday it will introduce on Dec 9 a new Blu-ray disk recorder with a built-in hard drive and conventional DVD unit, which can record and play back high-definition pictures with the same resolution seen in digital broadcast images.

The BD-HD 100, to be priced at about 320,000 yen, features a built-in hard drive capable of recording 160 gigabytes of data, or approximately 19 hours of digital Hi-Vision broadcasts. The company plans to produce 3,000 units per month, according to Sharp.

For more information visit http://www.sharp-world.com.


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