Sharp announced in Japan the new ultra slim AQUOS BD-AV70 3D Blu-ray recorder/player that is just 35mm thick. The device not only supports 3D Blu-ray playback, it can also record up to 87 hours of video onto a BDXL disc.
The AQUOS BD-AV70 packs digital and analog TV tuners. It supports Full HD 1080/24p output and 3D Blu-ray content. Videos are recorded in MPEG2-TS or MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 formats. The player offers HDMI output, i.Link connector and Ethernet LAN port.
Sharp will release the AQUOS BD-AV70 on 1 December.