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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by alebar14, Oct 5, 2007.
^^^ but it's $1000.
Another case of well done for achieving it, but why bother when only the rich and/or foolhardy will actually ever consider buying one? Maybe the guy gold plating his MBP will get one?
It'd be dumb to waste 1000$ on a piece of technology that might become obsolete if beaten by HD DVD. Not to mention the fact that if it doesn't get beaten, the price will fall significantly.
Only a Pro video enthusiast will pay that amount....
For mortals like us: better get a PS3.
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They're milking the market for early adopters. Their price will drop eventually, too. At some point, the MBP will come straight from Apple with either a Blu-ray or HD DVD drive pre-installed, even if only as a CTO option (for less than $1000 extra).
Either way, I wish SOMEONE would go ahead and win this format war already. At the outset, I thought surely Blu-ray would be quickly victorious, what with equal definition and double the storage capacity---but this has gone on way too long now.
Sony is notorious for having a technically superior format that loses in the end. Frankly, I'm surprised Blu-ray lasted as long as it had, let alone potentially wins the war.
Finally! Something that makes the PS3 look inexpensive! Impressed but not willing to toss out $1000 on a format that may not survive.
Like those raid cards?
We can burn BR on a ps3 now?
A BR burner for not TOO much more than a standard BR player isnt that bad. factor in the fact that its for a laptop and not just some huge stand alone device and you ALMOST have a deal.
HA! Did anyone notice the pismo can get one? You would think that if they wanted a blu-ray disk burner they would have bothered with a new computer first. As for me, that $999.95 can buy better things for me, and the DVD does the job just fine.