Sharp DX2 series gets integrated Blu-ray recorder


aquos-dx2If you love recording shows from your TV, then you might want to reconsider upgrading your current DVD recorder into something else, where this upgrade will comprise of a new TV as well in the form of the Sharp Aquos DX2 series. This is the first HDTV line in the world that will feature a built-in Blu-ray recorder, where other specifications include a variety of displays ranging from 26″ all the way to 52″, 15,000:1 contrast ratio, the ability to store up to 30 hours of high definition video on a dual-layer Blu-ray disc, where it will transcode and compress to MPEG-4 format without the need for external boxes or wires. Depending on the screen size, you will have to fork out anything from $1,740 upwards.

Source: Engadget

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