Digital television products from LG, Sony, Topfield and Beyonwiz make the list
The Topfield TF7050HDRt is a digital television set-top box that has a 500GB hard drive and full Freeview certification.
Big name manufacturers like Panasonic, LG, Sharp and Sony were present, with a wide range of Sony televisions on display at the event.
The Topfield TBF-7200 is a set-top box aimed at entry-level adopters who want a Freeview-compatible device.
The Strong Technologies SRT 5540 was also on display — it is a digital terrestrial television set-top box.
Freeview, the television industry body publicising the move to free-to-air digital television, has released information on products it has certified the compatibility of at a launch at Dick Smith in the Sydney CBD on Monday. Freeview is the marketing platform of the currently available digital free-to-air television channels, which will expand to include three channels from each major broadcaster by the end of the year.
Online, print and TV Freeview advertising is becoming more common.
The much-lauded [[artnid: 264761|TiVo HD set-top box|Review: TiVo HD set-top box]] with Freeview branding was also available to customers.
The Topfield TBF-7110 high-definition set-top box is compatible with Freeview Phase 1 according to the product’s Web site.
The Beyonwiz FV-L1 (a renamed DP-H1) is one of the first personal video recorders with Freeview branding on the box, and it supports video file formats such as DivX and MKV.
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