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June 29, 2009

Freesat PVR with Blu-ray in the stores


by David Allen

The latest Freesat personal video recorder (PVR) to be made by Panasonic is about to be sold in the UK’s stores.

This new equipment was first shown to the public a while back, but until now news of when it would become available has been thin on the ground.

The Panasonic DMR BS850, DMR BS750, and DMR XS350 Blu-ray recorders and Freesat tuner will soon become available in all stockists.

The base model is the DMR XS350 which comes with a 250 Gb hard drive, standard DVD rewriter and a price tag of around £700.

The DMR BS850 is the beefed up version offering a 500 Gb hard drive, Blu-ray disc writer and twin Freesat tuners, allowing the recording of one channel while the user watches another one at the same time.

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