Blu-ray

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Blu-ray

n
(Electronics) trademark an optical disk used to store digital information such as high-definition video, and able to store more information than a standard DVD
[C21: from the colour of the laser used to read and write this type of disc]
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The new drives can record up to 50GB of data for random access storage and backup on BD-R (write once) or BD-RE (rewritable) discs, or up to 220 minutes of high-definition 24M bps MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video on a BD-R/RE 50GB disc.
Besides the superfast ability of the included USB 3.0, the Blu-ray burner boasts of an ability to record BD R LTH disc at speeds of up to 6x, while the BD-R Single or Dual Layer and BD-RE single layer at 8x, and BD-RE dual layer at 6x again.
Even with its 9.5 mm high thin profile, the new BD drive features double speed reading and writing for both write-once BD-R and rewritable BD-RE discs.