Sony Blu-Ray DVD Recorder Prototype

Posted: Jan 16 2004, 8:52am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 

Sony Blu-Ray DVD Recorder Prototype
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Sony demonstrated at the CES 2004 their new Blu-Ray Laser DVD Recorder.

The prototype player was developed based on its already available Blu-ray DVD recorder, the "BDZ-S77." Most of the technologies used for the recorder, such as video signal processing circuitry were reapplied to the BD-ROM player, which looks similar to the BDZ-S77.
The BD-ROM player can read single-sided, double-layered media, and has the Blu-ray Disc File System (BDFS) file format for Blu-ray optical discs.
More Details on NE Asia.

Anybody know why its spelled Blu-Ray and not Blue-Ray ?





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