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Dell and HP to support new Blu-Ray DVD Standard

By Julio Franco
Jan 13, 2004
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  1. U.S. computer makers Hewlett-Packard and Dell said on Monday they would support a new DVD standard with much higher storage capacity which is being promoted by 10 electronics companies.

    Dell and H-P, the world's largest personal computer makers, said they would support the so-called Blu-ray DVD technology, which allows for recording of up to four hours of high-definition television on a single disc.

    Read more: Reuters.
  2. ak_in_charge

    ak_in_charge TS Rookie Posts: 137

    Well, it sounds like Blue-Ray DVD technology will slowly become that new standard. Its a smart move for Dell and HP to hop on board.

    If they are the first computer manufacturers to offer that technology in their systmems then that is just going to = more $$$ for them.

    Its a no brianer when you think about it
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