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Yet another debacle in the Sony world is finally getting some closure today, as Sony's much-anticipated BWU-100A Blu-ray drive is finally getting an official update to allow BD movies to play back. While it was almost unbelievable that a Blu-ray drive would be offered up sans the ability to watch fl

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December 19, 2006 at 8:49PM
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CNET Australia reports that PCs now have a solution to that pesky problem of, you know, not having any software that can actually play Blu-ray discs on Sony's newest drive. Sony has just released a downloadable update to its bundled PowerDVD app so that its BWU-100A Blu-ray drives will work, allowin

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Sony had a mess on their hands a few weeks back when they produced a PC Blu-ray drive but it couldn't playback commercial Blu-ray discs out of the box. It's not that the BWU-100A doesn't have the ability to play 'em but there is this whole thing about lack of supported software and a secure playbac

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And we've been griping about Blu-ray delays in the good ol' USofA. Looks like the folks Down Under have it way worse, since Sony has just released their BWU-100A internal PC drive for reading and writing Blu-ray discs in Australia, 'cept supposedly the thing can't actually manage to play back is Bl

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This thing has been around for quite a while in prototype form, but Sony has finally gotten around to joining the pack and unveiling a PC drive for their own format. The BWU-100A Blu-ray burner doesn't have a whole lot of surprises -- other than that purple faceplate which will most likely totally

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While we've seen a few Blu-ray burners announced by other companies and Sony has announced BD-R media, they are finally ready to show off their burner for anyone who wants to make Blu-ray discs at home. The BWU-100A is a 2x BD-R/RE burner that also reads and writes to DVDs and CDs. It will be avail

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