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Panasonic presents 6 BDXL recorders

30 Aug 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic has presented their first BDXL devices with a range of 6 new BDXL recorders. Three of these are compatible with 3D Blu-ray but all of them have recording capabilities.

Panasonic BDXL players

BDXL is the next generation of Blu-ray and it will support up to 128 GB BDXL discs compared to 25 GB of the current Blu-ray standard.

Panasonic BDXL player
Panasonic BDXL player


In Japan Panasonic has announced 6 BDXL devices with built-in hard drives and twin tuners (except the cheapest one) for recording. The three most expensive recorders are called DMR-BWT3100, DMR-BWT2100 & DMR-BWT1100 and will be available with 500GB, 1TB and 2TB, respectively. These also support 3D Blu-ray.

The three cheaper models are called DMR-BW890, DMR-BW690, and DMR-BR590 and will feature 1TB, 500GB, and 500GB, respectively. These do not support 3D Blu-ray.

Panasonic mentions a September launch in Japan. Still no words on a European or US launch.

Prices:
DMR-BR590: $1,060
DMR-BW690: $1,300
DMR-BW890: $1,780
DMR-BWT1100: $1,420
DMR-BWT2100: $1,900
DMR-BWT3100: $3,300



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