Humax ships LCD TVs with built-in HDD for DVR

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 13 2005 @ 00:39 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
One of Humax's new LCD displays features a built-in LD25 series HDD from Seagate for its built-in digital video recorder (DVR) feature. The system will be available in North America, Europe and Australia with screen sizes of 26, 32, and 40 inches.

Seagate's new LD25 Series is the first consumer electronics hard drive in a compact, 2.5-inch form factor designed for non-mobile applications -- an entirely new concept for inside-the-box CE storage that enables smaller, simpler, cooler-running and more cost-effective game consoles, home entertainment devices and small footprint media PCs. Seagate's industry leading DynaPlay technology, available with the LD25 Series, optimizes the hard drive for media streaming, power consumption and content security.

Seagate LD25 Series disc drives also make it possible for hot new game consoles to expand their capabilities far beyond traditional gaming -- to enable them to expand and keep new soundtracks for games, to rip and store entire libraries of music and video, and to play back multimedia, centralizing other entertainment functions with the gaming function.


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