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Primera's Bravo XR-Blu 50-disc Blu-ray burner/labeler

Evan Blass

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Unless you need to distribute some pretty serious amounts of high definition content, the Bravo XR-Blu probably isn't really your thing, but any machine that can burn up to 2.5 terabytes or data unattended is worth at least a mention, no? We actually misspoke (purposely, to impress you) when we said 2.5TB - that will be the capability of the next generation of Primera's 50-disc Blu-ray burner/color labeler. This version is only a single-layer burner (Pioneer's new BDR-101A Blu-ray Disc/DVD Recorder), able to burn only half of the 50GB per disc possible with the upcoming dual-layer, but that's still over a terabyte of infoswag that one can painlessly archive/distribute/sell out of the trunk. Primera will have this model on display at CeBIT, but won't begin shipments until April, which might actually benefit those folks who need some time to raise the six grand that this will retail for.

[Via Gizmag]

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