Blu-ray's Lifespan

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Blu-ray's Lifespan

Post by Doctor Inferno on 3rd October 2008, 10:09 am

In a recent interview on the gadget Web site Pocket-lint, Samsung UK's director of consumer electronics, Andy Griffiths, indicated that Samsung only sees the Blu-ray format lasting around five years before it's replaced by another technology.


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Re: Blu-ray's Lifespan

Post by Agent Cosmic on 3rd October 2008, 10:30 am

That's kinda short.




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Re: Blu-ray's Lifespan

Post by AuroraRange on 4th October 2008, 7:48 pm

Burning dvd is common only untill after a few years when dvd is first used. Which only last a few years after blue-ray was introduced. Technology is advancing way too quick than we expects.



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