Blu-Ray Discs Ship

Blu-ray, the popular new disc technology that utilizes data layering and precise new disc reading lasers, has been shipped into stores today by TDK. The discs were shipped in rewriteable and recordable versions with two sizes: One layer 25 GB or two layer 50 GB. The prices range from $20-$60 dollars per disc, a price that is only for the serious disc jockey. TDK has also begun developing a quad-layer 100 GB disc that will break the bank even more.

Big plans are in the works for Blu-Ray. Not only will these discs be avaliable for computer burning, but DVDs, CDs, and even PS3 games will feature this technology. Already popular tiles such as The Matrix have plans to come out on this new media in late May.

In order for these discs to even function, users must update their hardware by purchasing a new Blu-Ray disc burner, DVD player, CD player, or game console. This is due to the fact that red disc reading lasers will be incapable of reading such tightly packed data on disks. New hardware features a blue laser that is more accurate and able to read such data.

Stay tuned for more news about the Blu-Ray revolution.

Blu-ray, the popular new disc technology that utilizes data layering and precise new disc reading lasers, has been shipped into stores today by TDK. The discs were shipped in rewriteable and recordable versions with two sizes: One layer 25 GB or two layer 50 GB. The prices range from $20-$60 dollars per disc, a price that is only for the serious disc jockey. TDK has also begun developing a quad-layer 100 GB disc that will break the bank even more.

Big plans are in the works for Blu-Ray. Not only will these discs be avaliable for computer burning, but DVDs, CDs, and even PS3 games will feature this technology. Already popular tiles such as The Matrix have plans to come out on this new media in late May.

In order for these discs to even function, users must update their hardware by purchasing a new Blu-Ray disc burner, DVD player, CD player, or game console. This is due to the fact that red disc reading lasers will be incapable of reading such tightly packed data on disks. New hardware features a blue laser that is more accurate and able to read such data.

Stay tuned for more news about the Blu-Ray revolution.

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