Videocon d2h has launched what is India’s first high-definition digital video recorder (HD-DVR) with 3D capabilities. The new HD-DVR is supposed to act like a “bridge between the 3D television and the 3D channel feed,” and, Videocon has started airing its own active channel with 3D and HD (16:9) content to let customers enjoy the service right away.
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[RELATED_ARTICLE]Videocon claims the new HD-DVR unit offers enhanced picture and sound quality, and apart from being able for pause and rewind live television, will also be able to record up to 200 hours of content. It will be priced at Rs. 3,990.