Making Room For HD Recordings
Anyone who's ever recorded a sporting event on a DVR knows that the four or five hours of a game can eat up quite a bit of hard drive space. Record that game in high-definition and you'll quickly realize how valuable the space on that internal hard drive can be.
Now, satellite TV provider Dish Network is getting ready to pull the trigger on an upgrade that will allow external hard drives up to 750 gigabytes to connect to the DVR's USB port, increasing the storage to a capacity that would ease the worries that the season premiere of Lost won't be wiped out just because you haven't had a chance to watch Monday Night Football yet. According to tvpredictions.com, the upgrade will occur next week and Dish Network will charge a one-time $40 fee to set it up.
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