Friday, 22 August 2014

The facts about Blu-ray


In today's high-def world, Blu-ray is all the rage. But what exactly is it, how is it different from DVD, and why would or would not you want Blu-ray on your next PC? We're going to help you figure all that out.

The benefits of Blu-ray 

The benefits of Blu-ray
Depending on how you plan to use your PC, adding Blu-ray can be a good option to consider.
Ultimate entertainment - A Blu-ray drive lets you enjoy the full HD video and audio experience of Blu-ray Disc movies.
Play DVDs, too - A Blu-ray drive gives you the flexibility to play and in some cases burn standard DVDs.1
Additional storage - Blu-ray Discs for Data Backup, great for backup or making room on your hard drive.
Understanding Blu-ray

"Blu-ray" refers to the blue-violet laser used to read and write information onto a Blu-ray Disc, which can hold an impressive 50GB of data.

The ability to hold so much data makes Blu-ray Disc the ideal media for high-definition movies. In fact, Blu-ray Discs let you enjoy movies at full HD 1080p resolution along with HD master audio soundtracks. Blu-ray Disc can also be used to back up and archive data.

Blu-ray Discs will not work with standard DVDs players, drives and burners. Unless you have a Blu-ray player or Blu-ray drive on your PC, you can not use Blu-ray Discs.

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