Philips Blu-Ray Drive Announced

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Philips have announced their new all-in-one PC Writer, which will be available to mass markets in Europe, Asia Pacific and North America from August 2006.

The new 'Philips TripleWriter' showcases Philips ability to integrate PC products and technologies into the consumer electronics realm. The drive features recording and playback capabilities of all popular optical storage formats including CD, DVD and Blu-ray, which allows users to select their media of choice depending on the preferred application. TripleWriter features a 2x (72 Mb/s continuous data-rate) read and write speed on BD-ROM, BD-R and BD-RE media.
The drive reads and writes a variety of legacy media including:
CD-ROM
CD-R
CD-RW
DVD-ROM
DVD+R
DVD+R DL
DVD-R
DVD-R DL
DVD+RW and DVD-RW.

Alongside the drive, Philips have released 4 discs;
25 and 50 GB versions of BD-R and BD-RE. These feature the new anti-scratch coating invented recently, making them tougher and resistant to scratches and fingerprints.
Visit Philips website at www.philips.com

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07-06-2006, 21:23:31

FragTek
Muahaha... Finally had the initiative to set this lil proggy up and get it rockin' :D

The only thing I've noticed is that the screens scroll backwards to the way I smack, I think I can change that in the DM options though. I'll hafta have a play with it later on.

Have a look!

http://www.fragtek.com/vids/SmackBookPro.mp4

07-06-2006, 23:18:11

Raven
nice.
how is it registred `?

07-06-2006, 23:21:47

FragTek
[QUOTE=Raven]nice.
how is it registred `?[/QUOTE]
It uses the onboard motion sensor. The sensor is primarly used to lock the hard drive in case the laptop is dropped. If the platter is still spinning when the lappy hit the ground the arm collides with the platter and uber bad things happen :)

But of course, there are much more fun things that can be done with the motion sensor. AKA iAlertU, SmackBook, MacSaber, etc.
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