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    Blu-Ray DVD's Hit 100 GB

    Blu-Ray DVDs Hit 100 GB..... Wow that is a lot of storage on one disc! A couple of interesting articles here http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/05...four-layer_bd/ and http://www.macworld.com/news/2005/05/19/tdk/index.php

    Bring it on I have stuff to burn

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    Re: Blu-Ray DVD's Hit 100 GB

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Chuckster
    Blu-Ray DVDs Hit 100 GB..... Wow that is a lot of storage on one disc! A couple of interesting articles here http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/05...four-layer_bd/ and http://www.macworld.com/news/2005/05/19/tdk/index.php

    Bring it on I have stuff to burn
    Imagine the video quality you could put on that. What a wonderful time to be alive.

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    Re: Blu-Ray DVD's Hit 100 GB

    I'd be satisfied with 9.4GB at a decent price.Bill
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    Re: Blu-Ray DVD's Hit 100 GB

    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Bill
    I'd be satisfied with 9.4GB at a decent price.Bill
    You hit the nail on the head!!!

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    Re: Blu-Ray DVD's Hit 100 GB

    Nice! Four layers at 25gb each. Another slap in the face for Toshiba and NEC with their
    HD/DVD. With Apple announcing their backing of Sony's Blu Ray it seems HD/DVD is losing
    serious ground in the format wars. Oh but wait, Toshiba recently announced a 45gb disk

    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Bill
    I'd be satisfied with 9.4GB at a decent price.Bill
    lol - I am with ya on that one. DVD+R DL seems antiquated compared to above.
    Now, if only the corporations would get of their high horse and support one blue
    laser format.
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