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OWC launches quad-interface external Blu-ray burner

updated 08:55 pm EST, Tue February 24, 2009

OWC Blu-ray burner

Other World Computing has launched the Mercury Pro BDR-203, a quad-interface external Blu-ray burner that supports 8X write speeds of up to 2GB per minute. Interface options include FireWire 800, FireWire 400, USB 2.0 and eSATA, with plug-and-play support for both Windows and Mac platforms. Along with Blu-ray discs, the burner can also write to DVD-RAM, DVD Dual-Layer R/RW, DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW.

Customers can purchase the drive for $400, including all connection cables and two 25GB BD-R discs. The drive can also be bundled with Roxio Toast 10 Titanium software for $480.



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  1. hexor

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    Movies

    When the h*ll can I play Blu-ray movies with Mac OS X?!??!?!

  1. leamanc

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    @hexor

    We can play Blu-ray on our Mac as soon as the DRM gets ported to OS X. Yay! More DRM!

  1. martinX

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    @leamanc

    Forget the DRM, some of us would like to be able create and watch hi-def movies that we've created ourselves.

  1. testudo

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    @leanmac

    Actually, you'll get playback capability when either Apple no longer views it as a threat to their iTMS video rental/sales business, or BluRay takes off and can no longer be 'ignored'.

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