Saturday, 11 August 2012

Dish TV launches the standard-definition recorder with 4gb pen drive recording

Dish TV launches the standard-definition recorder

As the war heats up within four meters, scan direct to home (DTH) service provider Dish TV has a standard definition box has a control unit of the disk + brand launched on Tuesday.

With a price of 1690 rupees, comes with a 4GB hard drive space free pen as part of the bid opening. The company said it would publish the video recorders, time, consumers do not have a recording device, and is expected to fill this gap with the SD recorder.

 The company will start the box in two phases in 42 cities.

Salil Kapoor, COO of Dish TV India, said, "a back plate + VCR in the living room and is a clear differentiator over other alternatives to, including digital cable." The company said it is compatible with any USB-connected device, allowing consumers to use an existing hard drive and USB, plus rewind functions and record live TV and others.

Meanwhile, programs on the USB key is stored, the contents can not be played when the unit is plugged into the set-top box.

After Anjali Nanda, executive vice president of marketing, the company is the market for scanning in the country with his new offering. Courts already have a similar high-definition recorder capable set-top box.

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