Panasonic unveil world's smallest Blu-ray recorder

DIGA DMR-BF200 to feature HDD and Blu-ray recorder

Image 1 of 2 Panasonic DIGA DMR BF200
Panasonic DIGA DMR-BF200
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Panasonic DIGA DMR-BF200

New Panasonic DVR breaks size records

Panasonic has announced the world’s smallest Digital Video Recorder to integrate both a Blu-ray player recorder and a hard disk drive as the company officially unveiled the Panasonic DIGA DMR-BF200 in Japan earlier today.

Measuring in at just 65 x 210 x 194mm, the DIGA DMR-BF200 will come in two colours each packing a 320GB HDD when it launches in Japan on November 15th for $860 US (£548). Panasonic has also announced it plans to offer members of the Japanese ‘Club Panasonic’ a range of “sheets” to allow for personalisation of their new Blu-ray recorder.

- Click here for pictures of the Panasonic DIGA DMR-BF200 and a full range of “sheets”

At just 2.2kg in weight the DMR-BF200 will host a Blu-ray burner capable of supporting BD-R/RE discs, a HDMI port for full HD playback and an SD card slot that will allow users to store and transport content from the HDD. An Ethernet port and full YouTube connectivity will also be incorporated in the diddy device.

International availability and pricing has yet to be announced. Stay tuned to T3.com and the T3 Twitter and Facebook feeds for all the latest on the Panasonic’s new world’s smallest.