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Friday, January 14, 2011
New AQUOS 3D Blu-Ray Player by Sharp


Sharp today announced the release of the BD-HDS63 3D Blu-ray disc player in Japan.

Available next month for about 75,000 Yen ($905), the BD-HDS63 is Sharp?s latest entry level digital video recorder that comes equipped with a a 320GB HDD, a Digital TV Tuner with BS/CS and SKYPerfecTV support. It features 3D Blu-Ray compatibility and it is able to record movies and other TV Shows on BDXL discs (100GB).

Video can be stored at the device's HDD as well as in BD-R/RE, BD-R XL, DVD-R/RW (MPEG2 only), media in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format (real-time transcoding). AVCHD camcorders can be connected to the DVR through a USB cable.



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