The medical-grade DVD recorder, DVO-1000MD, incorporates two features called DVORECOVERY and DVOFAST designed to improve patient workflow and ease of use. The DVORECOVERY feature is a built-in 80-GB hard drive, storing up to 30 hours of video that protects recorded video from power outages. DVOFAST allows DVD recording and removal in less than 90 seconds when the eject button is pressed.
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