The district has everything from gadgets and games to LCDs and LEDs. It was once a legendary haven for cheap electronics. Now it's something a bit different. Here's a tour.
The novelty mode is a nod to old-timey VHS tapes, and their gleefully dodgy quality.
In celebration of the anniversary of the VCR, YouTube has now added a "tape mode" to certain videos to recall that old crunchy VHS feeling.
Panasonic's DMR-EH75V DVD/VHS/hard drive recorder is a solid choice for hobbyists who want top-notch recording quality and a subscription-free DVR solution.
It used to be so simple, to watch TV you flicked on a, well, TV. Maybe if you knew you weren't going to be home, or two must-watch shows were on at once, you'd use a VCR. Simple. Oh so simple.
As part of the marketing campaign for "Toy Story 3," the studio puts out at least two videos purporting to have been recorded off TV on a VCR.
The Panasonic DMP-BD70V doesn't record like your old VCR, but it can play your old tapes. It's also a nicely equipped Profile 2.0 Blu-ray player.
Subscription-free DVRs seem to be an extinct species. Are there any options for antenna viewers in the post-VCR world?
Dutch company offers home media player designed to give Net users easy access to movies, TV shows from peer-to-peer networks.
Neuros's MPEG-4 "VCR"