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Although high definition DVD recorders aren't expected to be on store shelves until late in 2005 or early 2006, that does not mean that consumers won't be able record television programs in high definition before then. Sony has just announced that is introducing two Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) that can record HDTV programming on hard drives instead of discs or tape. The DHG-HDD250 is a basic unit that has a 250GB hard drive which can hold up to 200 hours of standard definition programs or 30 hours of HD programming. The step-up DHG-HDD500 incorporates a huge 500GB hard drive, which allows the recording of 400 hours in standard definition, or 60 hours of HDTV content.