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HD / BLU-RAY

Samsung 3D Blu-ray Now A PVR

By Mendelson Tiu | Tuesday | 14/09/2010

The new 3D Blu-ray players from Samsung come with a digital TV tuner and hard drive, allowing users to record shows at any time.



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The Samsung BD-C8900A comes with a 500GB hard drive that can record up to 120 hours of HD content, while the Samsung BD-C8800A records up to 60 hours of HD TV content on its 250GB memory. In addition, users can also connect to the Internet using its built-in wireless adapter or via an Ethernet cable.

Both the Samsung BD-C8900A and BD-C8800A also feature Samsung's AllShare technology which allows a user to connect DLNA compatible electronics to the TV and share music, photos, videos and more from one device to another. USB 2.0 connectivity also allows you to transfer content to and from the Hard Disk Drive or expand the player's memory if required.

Samsung Australia's Group Manager - AV, Evan Manolis said, "These new Samsung 3D Blu -ray PVR players complete the ultimate Samsung 3D at-home Full HD 1080p picture quality experience. We're offering Australian consumers the chance to future-proof their living rooms with tomorrow's technology. Beyond their ability to play and record 2D and 3D content, these Blu-ray players also allow for easier content sharing with other devices using wireless AllShare or USB 2.0 connectivity, and include a wireless LAN Adapter with access to Samsung's Internet@TV services and Samsung Apps."

The Samsung BD-C8900A and BDC8800A will be available from late September for RRP $899 and $699 respectively. 

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