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Toshiba Utilizes Seagate Tech for PVR

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Posted 21 March 2002 - 04:10 AM

Seagate Technology, a hard drive supplier for the consumer electronics (CE) market, said that its U Series 80-Gbyte hard drive was chosen as the storage device for Toshiba's RD-X1 personal video recorder (PVR).

The Toshiba RD-X1 is the successor to its RD-2000, a combination of a hard drive and DVD-RAM for recording TV programs. Seagate is the sole provider of hard drive technology for the RD-X1.

The integration of Seagate's 80-Gbyte hard drive and a 4.7-Gbyte DVD-RAM/R drive in the RD-X1 allows storage of up to 83.5 hours of video. The RD-X1 supports editing between the hard drive and DVD-RAM; it can save programs to the hard drive temporarily and use the DVD to build program libraries of scenes selected from the hard drive. The flexibility of recording to a Seagate hard drive - with high capacity, high-speed access, and the ability to record multiple video streams - makes it possible to pause, rewind and play back any part of a program even while the program is still being recorded.

For more information on Seagate, visit www.seagate.com. And, for more information on Toshiba consumer electronics, visit www.toshiba.com.

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Posted 21 March 2002 - 05:25 AM

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