Panasonic adds new BD (Blu-ray Disc)/DVD recorder to its DIGA family

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I just posted the article Panasonic adds new BD (Blu-ray Disc)/DVD recorder to its DIGA family.

  Supporting Both 50GB BD  Rewritable and Conventional DVD-RAM and DVD-R Discs, the New Model Records 4.5  Hours of Digital HDTV Programs   Osaka,  Japan --  Matsushita Electric Industrial...
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#2

YEAH BABY, YEAH!!


#3

Looks a bit chunky and industrial, like those early video recorders…


#4

Kinda like you need to wear a lead apron when you use it. Is this going to cost around 2800 US?


#5

looks positively slim compared to the Sony one. It seems they were “inspired” by the slanted faceplate, tho. What I wanna know is, what does this mean: “The DIGA BD/DVD recorder will be introduced to the Japanese market on July 31, 2004 with an open-price basis.” “Open price basis” I’m assuming to mean the prices will be revealed then…?