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Seagate - Showcase Series 1TB for DVRs

Suited to Motorola DVRs etc.

| Posted: May 20, 2008 1:04 am

Primarily aimed at DVR users with full compatibility for Motorola's eSATA equipped HD digital video recorder/set-top portfolio, Seagate has just announced a 1 Terabyte External DVR Drive as part of their new Showcase Video Library series. This unit allows consumers to be able to record up to 200 additional hours of HD movies or 1,000 hours of standard definition content via USB2.0 or eSATA connectivity.

 

Seagate is working with Motorola, the leader in digital set-tops with over 73 million shipped, to deliver external storage solutions for DVRs. By connecting a Seagate Showcase product with its included eSATA cable, the capacity of these DVRs can instantly be increased - eliminating the need to delete your favorite movies or shows. The 1TB Seagate Showcase drive can be seen exclusively in the Motorola booth # 1405 during The Cable Show '08 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

 

For full details on the 1TB external DVR solution and Showcase series, head over to this section on Seagate's website.

 



SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif.-May 19, 2008-At NCTA's Cable Show, Seagate Technology (NYSE:STX) announced it will introduce its Seagate® Showcase™ storage solution, a new series of products that extends the storage capacity of your Digital Video Recorder (DVR), so you never have to say goodbye to your favorite movies and television shows. Seagate also announced that the Showcase family of products will be designed to be compatible with Motorola's market leading e-SATA capable high-definition (HD) digital video recorder (DVR) set-top portfolio.

 

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