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What does the Panasonic DMR-BWT800 Blu-ray recorder / Freeview+ HDD box do?What doesn't it do, more like.At its core is an optical drive that can not only play, but also record to Blu-ray, as well as dealing with both 2D and 3D discs. Record what, you say? The answer comes in the form of two built-in Freeview HD tuners that, together with a 500GB hard disk, make this a Freeview+HD PVR that's as well specified as any on the market. Naturally it also indulges in perhaps the most useful Freeview+HD feature of all – the pausing and rewinding of live digital TV. But before you ask, no, it can't record in 3D from the Sky 3D channel. There are extras, too, in the form of Skype video calling, an SD Card slot (which plays AVCHD video and JPEG photos only), two USB slots (supporting AVI, MKV (DivXHD) and MPEG video files), DLNA streaming (for AVCHD video files) and a novel link to other gear in Panasonic's Diga range of recorders that allows the contents of their HDDs to be shared over a home network. The same can be done from any PC or laptop packing Windows 7, while online excitement – supplied through Ethernet LAN unless you buy a USB dongle for £80 – culminates in access to Viera Cast, Panasonic's online hub of entertainment.
By TechRadar, published 31-05-2011
After witnessing the 3D greatness of its latest Viera plasmas, we shouldn't be too surprised to see the Japanese brand go on to deliver the cleverest hi-def machine yet.Do we mean Blu-ray? Well, yes, sort of … the DMR-BWT700 does indeed spin Blu-ray discs of both kinds – 2D and 3D.It even converts the former into the latter, and not just on Blu-ray but DVD and Freeview HD, too. The latter come...
By TechRadar, published 28-05-2011
This week, we've been pouring over one of the latest Honeycomb tablets to hit UK shores - the Acer Iconia Tab A500.Although more expensive than the iPad 2, it performed well in our tests - read the review for more. We've also spent time looking at a new Freeview HD and Blu-ray player as well as a new plasma from Panasonic. Read on for more on all the latest reviews we've posted this week on TechRa...
By TechRadar, published 26-05-2011
What does the Panasonic DMR-BWT800 Blu-ray recorder / Freeview+ HDD box do?What doesn't it do, more like.At its core is an optical drive that can not only play, but also record to Blu-ray, as well as dealing with both 2D and 3D discs. Record what, you say? The answer comes in the form of two built-in Freeview HD tuners that, together with a 500GB hard disk, make this a Freeview+HD PVR that's as we...
By TechRadar, published 05-04-2011
Panasonic has announced the arrival of two new 3D Blu-ray disc players, which have Freeview+HD built-in and are primed for the UK market.The Panasonic DMR-BWT800 and DMR-BWT700 – to give them their full, convoluted names – have twin tuners on board, as well as 5.1-channel surround sound and the capability of piping out 3D content.The BWT800 and BWT800 also have the ability to convert 2D to 3D,...