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TechniSat HDFS launched

A new Freesat receiver is announced today.

A new Freesat receiver is announced today.
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Freesat announce today:

Consumer electronics company TechniSat today announced the launch of a new Freesat high-definition (HD) digital box, equipped with a range of advanced features which will give viewers greater functionality and ease-of-use.

Receiving a Gold Award in a recent review by What Satellite & High Definition magazine, the TechniSat HDFS Freesat digital box comes with an extended feature set which allows the playback of movies, music and pictures from either USB memory sticks, memory cards, or from a PC using the LAN connection or a TechniSat WiFi adaptor. The receiver is also eco-friendly, consuming just 0.25 watts in standby mode.

Cementing the partnership TechniSat and Freesat announced earlier this year, Martin Cole, TechniSat'MD comments "We are very pleased with our relationship with Freesat which has given us the opportunity to create an award winning HD digital box, helping to position TechniSat as a premium UK brand.

"With the arrival of their new Freesat box, TechniSat are providing viewers with yet another compelling way to access the range of channels and services available on Freesat." added Emma Scott, Freesat's MD.

The HDFS Freesat digital box comes with a three year manufacturer's guarantee and is available now from Currys, Comet, Maplin, Alltrade and Double D.

German based TechniSat Digital Group have a dedicated UK office and is a leading consumer electronics organisation with a strong history of producing high quality set top Boxes, PVRs, and IDTVs.

For more information on TechniSat, please visit www.technisat.co.uk



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