Post Thumbnail

While the HD DVD camp is busy with its 51GB disc, the Blu-ray side has a new creature of its own to talk about. Co-developed by Pioneer and Mitsubishi, the LTH (Low to High) BD-R reportedly utilizes an \"organic dye recording layer,\" and is said to be a recognized format within the Blu-ray Disc Reco

7 years ago 0 Comments
September 18, 2007 at 12:43PM
Post Thumbnail

While the HD DVD camp is busy with its 51GB disc, the Blu-ray side has a new creature of its own to talk about. Co-developed by Pioneer and Mitsubishi, the LTH (Low to High) BD-R reportedly utilizes an \"organic dye recording layer,\" and is said to be a recognized format within the Blu-ray Disc Reco

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We've seen big iPod cases, small iPod cases, cheap ones and expensive ones. But at about $15,000, with seating for four, the Play edition of Mitsubishi's i (eye) Car has to be one of the most expensive and biggest iPod cases we've ever seen. Eschewing the typical dock-based iPod/car integration sch

8 years ago 0 Comments