Panasonic Gaggle of Random Alphanumeric Characters (PZR900) builds DVR into plasma HDTV

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My tongue reverses itself, slithers chokingly down my throat at the price of this baby — $4,900 for a 50 incher! I can’t afford that! — but the new Panasonic Plasma, the PZR900, is pretty sweet. Nice display, natch: 1920 x1080. The set connects to some online service called ‘TV Net’ to watch YouTube videos and other streaming content. There’s a built-in card reader and you can watch video surveillance videos on it… say, for example, streaming the feed that you have surreptitiously installed underneath the inner lip of your toilet. But the big booyeah here is the built-in DVR: a lust terrabyte, allowing you to record up to 121 hours of video.

Panasonic PZR900 Plasma TVs [Panasonic]

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One Response to Panasonic Gaggle of Random Alphanumeric Characters (PZR900) builds DVR into plasma HDTV

  1. shutz says:

    What’s a “terrabyte”? Is it a byte that’s as large as the Earth itself?

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