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    TheDickWard is offline HDD Contributor
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    Default 128GB BDXL Blu-ray Specifications Approved

    The new standard greatly expands Blu-ray capacity, but probably won't hit the video market.

    http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20100625005110/en

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDickWard View Post
    The new standard greatly expands Blu-ray capacity, but probably won't hit the video market.

    http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20100625005110/en
    I personally am not interested in this - I have a relatively new 6x USB Blu-ray burner and a BD-ROM (in my HTPC) and have no wish to upgrade both.

    I have also created a couple of 50GB coasters - have no interest in burning a $15+ coaster!
    Kit: XBox 360 HD DVD Add-On Drive, Sony PS3, Sony HTPC with Blu-ray Drive.
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    Blu being the same thing all over again, As with dvd I recall the standard allowing for more than 2 layers. When they were promoting the hell out of this new format known as dvd at a winter CES they said you could realistically see 5 layers or more. The Sony booth even showed you what a 'layer switch' looked like, which by the way was totally 100% seamless on the demo, fakery at its best! How many players out there have a buffered layer switch thus making it totally seamless? 2? 3?

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