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This is accomplished through the use of modern digital video recorders (DVRs), which offer the benefit of instant random access compared with older analog time-lapse videocassette recorders (VCRs), which cannot be visually searched in fast-forward mode.
Townsend performed an EPA test known as the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) on a variety of electronic items including computer CPUs S(central processing units), televisions, videocassette recorders, printers, cellular phones, remote controls, computer mice and keyboards, and smoke alarms.
The robbers took the couple's Toyota Tundra pickup truck, stereo system, money, videocassette recorder and a wallet, prosecutors said.
Sony had recently launched an ambitious advertising campaign for the Betamax, its new videocassette recorder, and Scheinberg was outraged that consumers would be able to reproduce Universal movies and television shows without paying Universal.
Many innovative products have debuted at CES since its inception in 1967, including the videocassette recorder, the compact disc player, and high-definition television.
In contrast, sales of videocassette recorders and personal computers fell 20.
Two robbers took the couple's Toyota Tundra pickup truck, stereo system, money, videocassette recorder and a wallet, prosecutors said.
is the designer, patent-holder and marketer of the only Dual-Deck VCR sold in the United States and the only videocassette recorder that easily can copy any VHS video tape.