New SATA Blu-ray burner for PCs
Pioneer has announced the launch of the new Blu-ray burner for computers called the BDR-2207. The new burner uses CyberLink software and can playback normal Blu-ray discs and 3-D Blu-ray movies. It can also burn just about any Blu-ray media available.
The drive has advanced features to reduce noise, and read content off the disc even if the disc is dirty or scratched. The optical drive is an internal SATA drive and be available this month for $99.99. “Consumers do so much with their computers that we wanted to create a drive that does pretty much everything you’ll need, whether it’s saving data or playing back content,” said Steven Cohn, director of Optical Sales for the Home Electronics Industrial Department at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “Plus, the BDR-2207 is extremely fast and powerful to match the processing capability and speed consumers are used to with today’s computers.”
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