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Toshiba to launch world's first HD-DVD recorder in July

06-22-2006, 06:30 PM

06-22-2006, 08:23 PM
PCWorld's report:


The RD-A1 will be expensive: About $3600 in US dollars. For that admission price, you'll get a 1-terabyte hard disk, as well as support for recording to single-layer 15GB HD DVD-R and dual-layer 30GB HD DVD-R discs (for up to 115 and 230 minutes of video, respectively, and for recording to standard DVD-R/RW/RAM media. Other notable specs include: The recorder will output images at 1080p resolution; can upconvert DVDs to 1080p; is DLNA-compliant; and includes Internet connectiviy via Toshiba's Net de Navi software, for remotely programming recordings online. It also does support the Advanced Access Content System (AACS) copy controls.

If you've got the coin.... this kicks off the HD home recorder.

Here's another link.... this offers more useful info.