Sagecom Drops Its First DVB-T2 HD TV Recorder

Posted: Mar 24 2010, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:10pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Sagecom has whipped out its first ever DVB-T2 HD TV recorder. The company introduced tow recorders including the RTI90-320 T2 HD and the RTI90-500 T2 HD. Both of the recorders can record Freeview+ HD programmes in the UK.

Both are in the same glossy black case and support the new DVB-T2 standard. In addition to recording shows you can pause, rewind, and record form the remote. The difference in the two units is storage capacity. The RTI90-320 has a 320Gb HDD and the other unit has a 500Gb HDD.

Both feature a single HDMI output, one SCART output, a USB port, and an Ethernet port. Both also support Dolby Digital Plus sound and have 8-day program guides. The 320Gb unit will be available at the end of April or early may with the 500GB version coming at the end of May.

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