Mitsubishi Expands Memory Capacity for DX-TL4U DVR

New DX-TL4U now available in 250GB and 500GB models


IRVINE, Calif., July 30, 2007 — Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Imaging Products Division announced that its DX-TL4U, a four-input digital video recorder that combines versatility, performance and reliability, is now available in two new models, each with increased memory capacity. Ideal for small retail environments, gas stations, convenience stores and other small businesses, Mitsubishi's new DX-TL4U is now available in 250GB and 500GB models, providing business owners with unparalleled recording length in the same cost-effective, easy-to-use unit that is well-suited for any business seeking to upgrade from analog to digital.

Easily controlled using a simple front button interface or a wireless remote control, Mitsubishi's DX-TL4U features one of the lowest learning curves of its class and, at less than two inches tall, is one of the thinnest, space-saving DVRs on the market today. With the new 250GB and 500GB DX-TL4U models, users have the ability to record up to six months or one year, respectively, at one image per second in standard mode with Mitsubishi's advanced proprietary compression.

"The new increased memory capacity options for the DX-TL4U far exceed anything we have previously offered at this price point," said Jeff Kiuchi, product specialist, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Security Products. "With a 500GB model recording at one picture per second, at standard picture quality, a user could continuously record for one full year, without having to worry about changing tapes or archiving. In addition to already being extremely easy to use, the ability to record for that amount of time gives users added peace of mind in knowing they have a reliable DVR recording all activities at all times."

In addition to easily run diagnostics that allow end users to quickly troubleshoot and resolve system performance issues, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America also offers a two-year limited warranty for digital video recorders and two-year Express Replacement Assistance (ERA) program that provides 24-hour replacement product in the event of specific system failure.