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Released this week?  What will you play it on?

Edit:  It's not released, it's being showcased.  And the player is $15,000


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Opps. That what I meant. Sorry about that.


But yah. The player is quite a lot. Who wants on for Christmas!?
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Sweeet. Blu-Ray transfer rate is 2MB/s, right?
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You beat me to it.

Andy19 wrote:
Released this week?  What will you play it on?

Edit:  It's not released, it's being showcased.  And the player is $15,000


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Re: You thought 50GB Blu-Rays held a lot? What about 300GB...

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Sweeet. Blu-Ray transfer rate is 2MB/s, right?

I believe so, yes. Not positive though.
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I still think Bluray was a good choice for Sony, because Bluray discs can have multiple layers. In fact, Sony has just created a Bluray disc with 200GB of data. But it is not planned to be released very soon.


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Re: You thought 50GB Blu-Rays held a lot? What about 300GB...

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I still think Bluray was a good choice for Sony, because Bluray discs can have multiple layers. In fact, Sony has just created a Bluray disc with 200GB of data. But it is not planned to be released very soon.


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its not really practical, they will probally cost $100+ for a single disc.
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its not really practical, they will probally cost $100+ for a single disc.

Wow. I just figured out how to say your name... Canada eh.

I always thought you said it in one word.
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canadaeh wrote:
its not really practical, they will probally cost $100+ for a single disc.

Wow. I just figured out how to say your name... Canada eh.

I always thought you said it in one word.


woah me to
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