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World’s first Blu-ray Disc burner-printer combi

by Steven Williamson on 11 March 2006, 08:51

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HEXUS.CEBIT At CeBIT 2006, Primera Technology is showcasing the world’s first combined Blu-ray Disc burner-printer, the Bravo XR-Blu Disc Publisher.

The Primera system centres on Pioneer's new BDR-101A Blu-ray Disc burner. This is paired with Primera's proven automated disc-handling technology and direct-to-disc, full-colour print engine. The initial release of the Bravo XR-Blu works with single-layer discs able to store up to 25 gigabytes of data. An upgrade is promises shortly after launch that will allow the use of dual-layer 50GB media. Up to 50 discs can be loaded into Primera's machine, so that will allow up to 2.5 terabytes of data to be published in one session.

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The PS3 will be the first games console to utilise Blu-ray Disc as a storage medium

Obviously the technology is aimed at professional buyers in a multitude of industries, such as banking, digital-movie post production and government. At a cost of $6,000 dollars we doubt they’ll be many high street shoppers investing in this product.

If you're looking for a cheaper option, you could try the Samsung SH-B022, which can burn a 25GB disc in approximately 43 minutes. The burner is due out in April and will retail at around $500.

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HEXUS Forums :: 3 Comments

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Whoa, Not a bad idea for the first ever Blu-ray disc burner and printer combo.
Hope it does well.
ooooooo! nice

Shouldn't that be “World's first Blu-Ray disc duplicator” as opposed to burner though. Especially considdering it used the Pioneer BDR-101A which you wrote about wtice on 3rd January :)

EDIT: Just noticed that the article title is different from the forum post title. never mind
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ooooooo! nice

Shouldn't that be “World's first Blu-Ray disc duplicator” as opposed to burner though. Especially considdering it used the Pioneer BDR-101A which you wrote about wtice on 3rd January :)

EDIT: Just noticed that the article title is different from the forum post title. never mind

lol, yeah you are right though