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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Toshiba ready to launch the first HD DVD recorder

Toshiba has already debuted the world's first HD DVD player in March.

Toshiba is a leading proponent of HD DVD optical disk technology and they competing with the Blu-ray standard promoted by Sony.

The new player will cost you around $3,466.

At the core of drives are blue lasers, which have a shorter wavelength than the red lasers currently in use, enabling disks to store data at the higher densities needed for high-definition movies and TV.

The new Toshiba drive is capable of storing up to 130 hours of high def digital programs.

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