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Pioneer outs the world’s first 12x Blu-ray Burner

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2009

Pioneer outs the world's first 12x Blu-ray BurnerAre people really all that into Blu-Ray burners? Well, if you are, here’s one to catch your fancy. The BDR-205 looks just like any other 5.25-inch internal Blu-ray writer, both in looks and features. It just ups the spin like a fork-tongued politician from the current 8x to 12x.

Not exactly news that will have you doing backflips and yelling, but hey, it helps cut down long Blu-ray burn times if you are into that sort of thing. The BDR-205 will arrive in October for $250.

Amex Digital unveils portable Blu-ray burner for Macs

Posted in Amex Digital by Conner Flynn on October 16th, 2008

Amex Digital unveils portable Blu-ray burner for MacsAmex Digital has stepped up to the plate to give MacBook & MacBook Pro owners the capability to watch or burn Blu-ray Discs with this external unit. It’ll burn BD-RE / -R (single-layer) discs at 2x, while dual-layer versions will only burn at 1x; blank DVDs at a rate of 4x to 8x. The price isn’t too bad at $289. Steve Jobs may have let you down, but Amex Digital has your back. Comes in glossy black or white.

Buffalo’s Blu-ray burner does 8x

Posted in Buffalo by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2008

Buffalo’s Blu-ray burner does 8x
Buffalo just announced the world’s fastest Blu-ray recorder that is capable of burning through your data at an 8x speed. It’s available in Japan beginning next month. You can get an External version and an internal version. The BR-816U2 External features eSATA and USB port. The BR-816FBS can be connected by SATA.

CDs and DVDs are also supported of course. You’ll get a max 16x burn to DVD±R or 48x/24x for CD-R/RW. Each drive is being bundled with Cyberlink’s PowerDVD 7 suite. The external drive will cost you about $435, while the internal is about $380.

Hitachi DZ-WR90 Blu-ray burner for HD camcorders

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2008

Hitachi DZ-WR90 Blu-ray burner for HD camcorders
Hitachi has announced a new Blu-ray burner that can create discs from the latest camcorders with eSATA ports. The DZ-WR90 plugs straight into the camcorder and automatically creates discs from the footage that you select. So, you don’t need a computer. It even finalises the discs automatically, making it an easy complete one-step process.

The drive will also work with DVD-R discs, and even supports double-sided media as long as you’re willing to flip them yourself. They’re claiming that a Blu-ray disc will fit around three hours of full 1920 × 1080 footage and burn in 1.5hrs; or up to six hours in 1440 × 1080 resolution. A DVD can store up to one hour of 720 × 480 footage. This should make it easy for anyone who wants a simple way to share their video.

PLDS Lite-On EZ-DUB external burner

Posted in Burner by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2008

PLDS Lite-On EZ-DUB external burner
This external burner from PLDS (Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions) makes the act of copying or backing up files to a CD or DVD very easy, so that anyone can do it. There are two touch sensitive buttons labeled DUB and FILE on the top of the burner. The FILE button brings up an application on your PC that looks like a large EZ-DUB icon. Just drag files directly onto this icon and they will be added to the “burn” queue. When you’re done you just hit the FILE button, insert a blank disc in the tray and it will burn what you just told it to burn.

You can get the EZ-DUB for $80. Duplicating a DVD or CD is just as easy. Maybe even easier. If you’re sick of people calling on you to do the job, this should help. Anyone can do it.

Burn belly fat Hello Kitty style

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2008

Burn belly fat Hello Kitty style
The pink angel of the apocalypse is at it again, still bent on world domination and bending young women to it’s will. But I have to say, if Hello Kitty is trying to win me over with the above pic, I’m nearly there, dorky belt and all. That’s because at first glance this device seems to rid well shaped women of their clothes, put a pink Wiimote in their hand and give her protective padding for the workout I have in mind. I’m obviously under the Kitty’s influence, so let’s move on.

This is the Hello Kitty Slender Shaper and claims to burn off fat from your midsection with a shaking action. And, as mentioned, comes with a Wiimote of sorts, so you can shake your groove thing faster or slower with just the push of a button. The entire package, with carrying case will cost about $127.52.