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Regrettably, there's not a lot to go on just yet, but DigiTimes has it that HP will soon be launching \"next-generation PCs with a Blu-ray / HD DVD dual-format burner.\" The announcement was reportedly issued at a product presentation held in Singapore, and while no model numbers were doled out, we ca

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September 12, 2007 at 3:23PM
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Regrettably, there's not a lot to go on just yet, but DigiTimes has it that HP will soon be launching \"next-generation PCs with a Blu-ray / HD DVD dual-format burner.\" The announcement was reportedly issued at a product presentation held in Singapore, and while no model numbers were doled out, we ca

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Samsung got our hopes up and then dashed them. Same with LG. But ever since Ricoh announced its \"smart\" blue laser diode that can recognize what type of disc has been inserted and adjust the beam accordingly, we've been cautiously optimistic that someone, somewhere would release a drive and / or pla

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Even though the fastest Blu-ray burner you can buy today maxes out at just a 2x write speed, media manufacturer TDK is already looking towards a wonderful future filled with 4x and faster drives writing 200+GB of data to 8-layer discs. Now that they're gotten the capacity part down, the company is

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Adding to the growing list of Blu-ray burners we've seen so far from Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, and BenQ is a new unit from ASUS that was being shown off at Computex. This BD-R/RE/ROM burner, whose model number remains a mystery, is capable of writing to Blu-ray discs at two times speed, while burn

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