QuickVIEW hard drive provides the new Toshiba device with up to 208 hours of recording time and enables viewers to record and playback simultaneously.
“Maxtor’s expertise and commitment to consumer electronics hard drive development plays a significant role in bringing our RD-XS41 product leadership position in the HDD & DVD recorder market,”said Hiro Tokoro, technology executive of Digital AV, Digital Media Network Company at Toshiba Corporation. “We are looking for a leader and an experienced partner who understands the consumer marketand Maxtor was the obvious choice.”
With over 50 design wins, Maxtor continues to be the hard drive manufacturer of choice for consumer electronic applications. Designed for digital entertainment, Maxtor QuickVIEW drives bring featuressuch as Quiet Drive Technology, AV Streaming Performance and Thermal Monitoring Systems. Maxtor’s MaxLabs
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