Panasonic DVD recorder gets connected

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Panasonic DVD recorder gets connected

Panasonic aims to be the first consumer electronics manufacturer to release a high-end DVD recorder that offers network connectivity. Matsushita Electric Industrial, better known for its Panasonic brand, says it will soon start sales of its networked-enabled DMR-E500H.

The DMR-E500H – which will be shown at the CEDIA consumer electronics show in Indianapolis this week – is the first DVD recorder that can be remotely programmed from PCs or mobile phones; it’s also the first to enable people in different rooms to watch the same recording, according to the company.

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