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Friday, January 03, 2003
MET to deliver the state-of-the-art DVD+RW Video Recorder

MET Technology Co., Ltd. is one of the DVD+RW Alliance member companies will introduce a state-of-the-art DVD+RW Video Recorder, product code name: PV2400i during the coming CES 2003.

Image your DVD player….with a recording button

With the introduction of PV2400i, MET is expanding its product range to digital video entertainment. The PV2400i DVD Recorder takes home entertainment to the next level, expanding on the traditional functions of a VHS video recorder with advanced recording and editing features and the unparalleled quality of DVD video playback. Leveraging the ultra-compatible DVD+RW standard, the PV2400i enables the recording and storage of your favorite TV programs, movies and home videos in a format that allows high quality playback in existing DVD players. Once you experience the convenience and power of the PV2400i DVD Recorder you will not want to return to the restricted world of VHS.

One Touch Recording (OTR) allows you to start recording in real time without any programming necessary, the PV2400i works seamlessly with other next generation devices including Digital Camcorders which can download to the PV2400i through a Digital Video Input (IEEE-1394) connection making it simple and quick to display your images and video on TVs and then store them permanently on a DVD+RW or DVD+R disc. In addition, the PV2400i gives you the chance to edit your home video using a simple OSD technology. You can even edit TV programs enabling you to create video highlights of a football match or your favorite comedy show. The PV2400i can also help you solve storage problems on your PC by offering 4.7GB of storage capacity per disc for digital media files.

The PV2400i represents a leap forward in audio/visual entertainment for the home, and opens the way to a series of usage scenarios never possible with the VHS systems. For convenience, versatility and quality the PV2400i user experience is unsurpassed.

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