Sanyo Develops 100GB, 12X Blu-ray Laser

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Yay!, I'm the first!

Blueray from Sany must be good!

I have no need for bluray disks for now!
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Your not going to beable to write on a Quad layer
disc. Only producing companys that embed the data onto the
DVD will beable to benifit with this new technology. It's
a great advance, but unless your going to put two movies
on a dvd what is the purpose??? I had to laugh at one of
the comments above about not haveing the need for Bluray. That's
like saying you don't have the need for sleep. I am assumeing
this person is still living in the stone age where credit
cards and broadband and hair dryers doesn't exist. That or
they actually believe that the future is direct downloads onto
a very limited Settop box that produces less picture
quality and is subject to data loss and other limitations.
The future is bluray, the question really is, is when
is it going to be affordable for the average Joe?????












 
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I just prefer to buy 2 1.5TB seagy HD's in raid 1. That's better than the steal price of blu-ray media.
 

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[citation][nom]Ryoma-Echizen[/nom]I just prefer to buy 2 1.5TB seagy HD's in raid 1. That's better than the steal price of blu-ray media.[/citation]

WORD, just buy hard drives and archive your shit in them, way cheaper for backup pruposes, raid then . hell even a NAS raid box is cheaper

now for watching movies, yeah its cool, a blue ray player =D
 
[citation][nom]Ryoma-Echizen[/nom]I just prefer to buy 2 1.5TB seagy HD's in raid 1. That's better than the steal price of blu-ray media.[/citation]
Agreed! Imo, this is not really aimed at the average person. This is better off being aimed at people with the need for the absolute best multi media setup (ie. need large HD content for displaying at events)
 
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Bluray is much slower than hard drives, also, a little scratch on the disk may make it unreadable or full of faults.
Buy 3x1TB disks, they don't get (easily) scratched, and probably last longer than a Blu ray DVD disk.
 
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