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March 4, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:52pm

JAPANESE VICTOR SETS DIGITAL VERSION OF VHS TAPE RECORDER

By CBR Staff Writer

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co affiliate Victor Co of Japan Ltd is looking for a new hot product to replace the fading VHS video tape recorder for which it was responsible – and reckons it has just the thing in the VHS video tape recorder. According to the New York Times, the company is working on a digital version of the VHS video recorder for release this year, which will be able to store as many as two dozen movies, or a year’s supply of your favorite soap opera, on a single tape. That’s its capability, but what JVC expects it to be used for is storing huge amounts of information downloaded from the Internet at high speed.

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