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Sharp has revealed what it plans to charge for its upcoming Freeview HD receiver and the 320GB DVR that will also tune in to the terrestrially broadcast HD service.

The TU-T2, a Freeview HD receiver with HDMI output, is due to ship in late April, as we reported earlier this week.

It will retail for around £180.

Early in May, Sharp will ship the TU-T2HR32, a twin-tuner Freeview HD DVR with an on-board 320GB hard drive. It's set to be priced at £290

Both drives support Freeview's DVB-T system as well as Freeview HD's DVB-T2.

The TU-T1UR only supports Freeview. It's a DVR, but it has the distinction of providing three USB to which you connect your own storage, rather than incorporating its own hard drive.

Due in May, it will retail for £100, Sharp said today. ®

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