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Thursday, 25 October 2007 17:19

New Sony Blu-Ray burner is out

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No more HDCP problems


Sony will release the BWU200S Blu-ray burner on November 1st, which will enable Blu-ray and DVD discs to be burned, and it will also play movies.

Unlike previous models, which had a glitch with HDCP content, this version will not have any of those problems. Sony insists that the previous versions didn’t really have a glitch, but rather that the owners didn’t have graphics cards capable of HDCP output and thus couldn’t play encrypted content on their systems.

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This new model comes with some incredible burning abilities, such as the ability to burn a 50GB disc in about 45 minutes. The Blu-ray burner connects to the motherboard via SATA, fitting into one 5.25-inch bay. The software package will include PowerDVD and CyberLink BD software and will sell for about US$899.

See more here.
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