BenQ to demo Blu-ray Disc triple writer BW1000 at CeBIT 2005

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BenQ Demonstrates BD
Triple Writer BW1000, BD Recorder BR1000 Concept, 16X DVD Writer DW1625 with
LightScribe, and Slimline 8X DVD Writer TW200D at CeBIT 2005

HANNOVER, GERMANY,…

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#2

Very impressive! BENQ is going to be better & better.


#3

So how long until we’ll see this burner on the shelves?


#4

This is a first. The new technology is being developed simultaneously as the PC burners. First came CDs then came CD burners. The same for DVDs. Hopefully the new Blu-Ray players will be able to read Blu-Ray burnt discs. But what about Blu+Ray? The possibilities are endless.


#5

Recent reports have stated that there are early divisions in the technology. The initial standard will be Blu-Ray, soon to be followed by Blu+Ray, but the other two contenders (Blu/Ray and Blu*Ray) may end up triumphing. Only one standard, namely Blu?Ray, is questionable. Microsoft has plans on developing Blu$Ray with DRM and disc activation built-in, as well as Blu@Ray which contains internet “phone-home” technology.


#6

That seems to be the trµth.


#7

Don’t forget HD DVD+R, HD DVD-R, and HD DVDxR. :d


#8

I want one for < $200


#9

I want one for < $200