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|6th January 2006, 02:10||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
TDK shows off 100GB Blu-ray drives
BLU-RAY is the standard that can accommodate more data than a HD DVD but it requires blue laser and it's more expensive to build. It still manages to push some limits.
At Pepcom, a pre-CES show, we found out that TDK has recording media prototypes that can store as much as 100GB on a single disc.
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