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Samsung has unveiled the BD-DT7800 Freeview HD recorder as the latest addition to its Smart Hub AV range, with this model able to function as a digital media server.

The BD-DT7800 comes with a 500GB HDD, Wi-Fi connection and 3D abilities such as 3D recording and 2D to 3D conversion. It packs twin HD tuners as well as DLNA compatibility.

BD-DT7800

It's all about Samsung's Smart Hub though, which brings access to a range of on-line content from apps for Facecrack and Twitter to YouTube access, BBC iPlayer and rental services such as AceTrax.

The Samsung BD-DT7800 is available from 11 August for £229.

Samsung BD-D8900

The company is also touting £50 discounts until the end of October on a range of Blu-ray players. This particular recorder being one such device.

Other models that qualify for the full discount are the BD-D8900, BD-8500 and BD-D8200 Blu-ray players.

Those who buy a BD-D6900 Blu-ray, BD-DT7800 or SMT-S7800 video recorder will get a £30 reduction. ®

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