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habshi 01-06-2007 01:03 AM

1000 GB high def recorder
 
This can store 250 Bollywood movies at a cost of $5 per movie.
Even at double the price it would be a bargain. One could get two
years of Bollywood movies on one of these in hi def.

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has claimed to have hit a storage
milestone by announcing the industry’s first terabyte (TB) hard drive.

Hitachi’s Deskstar 7K1000 will begin shipping to retail customers in
the first quarter of 2007 at a suggested retail price of $399, or 40
cents per gigabyte (GB).

The 3.5-inch, 7200 RPM Parallel-ATA/Serial-ATA hard drives are built
on the firm's perpendicular magnetic recording technology, first
established with Hitachi’s Travelstar 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch product
lines.

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The HDTV100 is a PenDrive size, USB 2.0 dual tuner system TV receiver
allowing users to receive Free-to-Air ATSC and high quality analog TV
signals to watch in windows on the PC. It has an advanced, silicon
analog TV tuner for hyper band cable and worldwide terrestrial antenna
reception. The portable device is entirely powered off of the USB bus
so no extra power adapter is required.

With the included software and infrared remote, users can schedule
recordings; pause, rewind and replay up to 1080i resolution TV shows;
and playback MP3's, digital phones, videos, recorded TV and DVD. The
product supports Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and scheduled
recording, as well as full territory and channel name recognition.

The HDTV100 retails at $99. All Diamond products are available through
most North American distributors, such as ASI, D&H, Ingram Micro and
TechData along with most leading computer retailers and e-commerce
sites like NewEgg.com and Amazon.com.
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Building on its position as the world’s largest flat panel
manufacturer , LG Electronics (LG) today unveiled its 2007 lineup of
plasma display panel (PDP) innovations – including new 1080p “Full HD”
models and its flagship 71-inch plasma, which has been repositioned at
an aggressive new suggested retail price.
On display publicly for the first time this week at the 2007
International CES® (Booth #8214, Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention
Center), the new plasma displays incorporate technologies – Clear
Filter Pro, Simple Link and built-in high-definition digital video
recorders – that significantly improve contrast, reduce reflections,
optimize playability. New connectivity technologies and stylish
designs complement the LG plasmas’ crisp, clear and easy-to-use
viewing experience for consumers.
Reflecting manufacturing efficiencies and marketplace realities, LG
repositioned its flagship 71-inch Plasma Full HD Monitor (71PY1M), one
of the largest plasmas available for consumer purchase. The new price
of $14,999.95 is an amazing 80-percent decrease from the unit’s
introduction price in early 2006.
A founding member of the Plasma Display Coalition, LG is meeting the
needs of retailers and consumers alike who demand the best of the best
in plasma screens. With enhanced contrast and connectivity, the
mammoth display literally shows life-like and life-size images. And,
at full HD 1080p display resolution, the unit meets the growing demand
for the highest resolution possible.





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