Panasonic has announced the availability of six new 3D Blu-ray recorders under the DIGA brand in Japan. The new recorders, which bear the model numbers BZT9000, BZT910. BZT810, BZT710, BWT510 and BRT210, will sport various unique features such as multi-show simultaneous recording and wireless connectivity, among many others.

Panasonic has announced the availability of six new 3D Blu-ray recorders under the DIGA brand in Japan. The new recorders, which bear the model numbers BZT9000, BZT910. BZT810, BZT710, BWT510 and BRT210, will sport various unique features such as multi-show simultaneous recording and wireless connectivity, among many others.


According to Panasonic, the BZT9000 and BZT910 DIGI 3D Blu-ray recorders make up the company's flagship offerings and are reportedly capable of delivering extremely high image and sound quality. The company claims that this was made possible by assembling the BZT9000 and BZT910 in such a way that the recorders boast an extremely low center of gravity and a rigid body which is capable of resisting resonance. In addition, the BZT9000 and BZT910 will also sport an internal 3TB and 2TB hard disk respectively for storage purposes, as well as improved codecs for video and audio playback, and support for DLNA and video recording via USB.


The BZT810, BZT710, BWT510 and BRT210, on the other hand, will feature an internal hard disk with storage capacities of 1TB (BZT810 only) and 500GB, as well as a new ECO Power Management mode which is reportedly capable of reducing power consumption down to as low as 0.03W when the recorders are operating in standby mode. Last but definitely not least, all six 3D Blu-ray recorders will reportedly ship with support for Skype, thus allowing users to engage in conversations via the aforementioned recorders, as well as multi-show simultaneous recording, which allows for up to four shows to be recorded concurrently.

No details about pricing and availability for the aforementioned devices have been released by Panasonic at this point of time.

Source: Panasonic Japan

 

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