Panasonic SW-5582 Blu-ray Burner Review

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The new Panasonic SW-5582 Blu-ray drive is an advanced computer Blu-ray burner that uses Blu-ray writable (BD-R) and Blu-ray re-writeable (BD-RE) 25GB single layer and 50GB double layer Blu-ray discs for high density and secure data storage, computer backup, high-definition movies, audio videos, photos and anything else you can imagine. With Panasonic Blu-ray drives you get backwards compatibility with all the most popular DVD media formats such as DVD RAM discs, Dual Layer DVD, Double Layer DVD, DVD+R/RW, and DVD-R/RW with CD-R/RW support too!

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Burn speeds are the bane of the archive industry. As I read my 20+ year old CD-Rs, I lament the ignorance of a literally new generation unaware of proper archival methodology when it comes to optical media. Speed kills, not only in cars, but in the quest for archival permanence. It’s about pit depth, compatibility, and archival quality. But we ARE in a disposable era and lifestyle, and so, as this new generation generally loses their digital footprint, it will be up to technologists to create an idiot proof archival methodology. The carbon atom nano-initiative seems promising, so have faith, temporals!

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