TDK outlines 50GB Blu-ray disk plans.

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  1. Allan

    Allan Guest

    TDK outlines 50GB Blu-ray disk plans

    And it has a recording disk ready

    By INQUIRER staff: Friday 18 March 2005, 10:16
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    STORAGE GIANT TDK is developing a double layer Blu-ray disk which will
    store 50GB of data, the Nikkei Business Daily reports.

    And it has also developed a Blu-ray recordable disk which uses silicon
    and copper alloy which is ready to be released just as soon as the
    Blu-Ray Disk Association comes to a conclusion on the putative
    standard.

    The Japanese newspaper said that the double layer disk contains enough
    storage to throw six hours of digital television on it. Unfortunately
    it doesn't contain an on-line intelligent editor to filter out much of
    the rubbish bored couch potatoes face.

    But, the recordable Blu-Ray disk TDK has readied will write data and
    multimedia fast, and won't need a separate cartridge to protect it
    because of the way it's designed.

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=21926






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    Allan, Mar 18, 2005
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  2. Allan

    RichA Guest

    On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 08:45:06 -0500, Allan
    <> wrote:

    >TDK outlines 50GB Blu-ray disk plans
    >
    >And it has a recording disk ready
    >
    >By INQUIRER staff: Friday 18 March 2005, 10:16
    >[Advert]
    >
    >STORAGE GIANT TDK is developing a double layer Blu-ray disk which will
    >store 50GB of data, the Nikkei Business Daily reports.
    >
    >And it has also developed a Blu-ray recordable disk which uses silicon
    >and copper alloy which is ready to be released just as soon as the
    >Blu-Ray Disk Association comes to a conclusion on the putative
    >standard.


    $120 per disk?
    -Rich
    RichA, Mar 19, 2005
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