It’s here: Australia’s smallest digital video recorder (DVR), the Bush Mini.
The super slim Bush Mini Freeview (260x195mm) boasts 320 GB memory to store recorded free-to-air digital programs, and an integrated Dual Tuner so you can record two programs at once.
Users can play, pause and rewind live television and the Bush mini picks up all available free-to-air channels.
The DVR’s Electronic Program Guide analyses live data to detect when a show actually starts and finishes, rather than trusting the scheduled times, and it also displays all shows coming up in the next seven days.
It also has and one touch recording and ‘Series Link,’ which automatically detects and records user favourite shows when broadcast.
Connectivity wise, it has a HDMI video output (supports up to Full HD) and Ethernet port for network connectivity.
“Bush Australia is excited to extend its range of digital video recorders with Australia’s smallest model,” said Daniel Todd, Managing Director, Bush Australia.
“The amount of time people spend watching content recorded on a DVR has increased dramatically over the past year and so we are expecting to see continued growth in this category.
The compact size of our latest model means it will fit right in to even the most minimalist lounge room.”
Bush Mini Freeview costs $299