Saturday. 11.4.06 2:41 am
Here is a nice new nifty gadget. Read the article below. With a huge hard drive like that, why would you need to put it on your computer?
In response to the rapidly growing PVR/high-def market, Lite-On has released a hybrid DVD-RW and PVR. The HD-A970GX comes packed with a 320GB hard drive that can record 70 hours of high-quality video. The player records using DivX codec, so it can easily be ported to your computer or personal media device. The device can also upscale analog video to 1080p video for HD viewing.
Lite-On's device also can record directly to dual-layer DVD and features the full array of connectors, including HDMI (cable included) and optical audio out. You also get front firewire, composite, and S-Video connectors to plug in your digital/video camera. The whole box is controlled by a simple graphical interface, according to the company's website. No word yet on pricing.
The house is in an area where a lot of drunk/partying people come through... I've caught people about to piss on the church before... I think it's funny to bother them. » ikimashokie
on 2006-11-04 12:40:27
LOL, I just think no more new stuff. :( » ryan444123
on 2006-11-04 03:58:22
Wow...well, maybe because there are way too many DVDs to choose from? Take them all and 320GB is nothing. Zilch. A small Dot. ;) » Silver-dot-
on 2006-11-04 09:13:17
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