Wednesday, February 21st 2007

Traxdata begins making rewritable Blu-ray disks

Traxdata has joined the Blu-ray side of the HD-DVD vs Blu-ray war. And what better way to do it than by introducing a rewritable Blu-ray disk? The disk can hold 25GB of data, and can play 1080p HD at an impressive bitrate of 40Mb/s. It also features a hard-coating technology that should make it more resistant to things like fingernails that tend to scratch disks. It can be re-wrote at speeds of 2x.

Source: Reg Hardware
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4 Comments on Traxdata begins making rewritable Blu-ray disks

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
This is gravy news. Of course, Rewriting at 2X means it will take forever, but hell, thats the price you pay for quality and quantity huh?
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#2
wazzledoozle
It would take 1 hour, 23 minutes, and 20 seconds to write 25gb of data. Ridiculous...
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#3
Scavar
I guess thats nice....I want a 52x Blu-Ray RW ...
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#4
anticlutch
by: Scavar
I guess thats nice....I want a 52x Blu-Ray RW ...
Just wait a year or so and you'll have at least 24x... I still remember my first CD burner when it first came out... back then I thought that waiting over an hour was fast! lol
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