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Thursday, March 18, 2004
CeBIT 2004 Exhibition

11. Sony

SONY

Sony has presented at CeBIT its first Blu-ray Recorder, the BDZ-S77. The device is already available on the Japanese market at the price of €11500.

Below you can see the recorder's rear panel.

The blu-ray discs at this moment offer a capacity of 25GB for the single layer but in the future there will be dual layer which will provide 50GB.

Above you can see a prototype HD-Rom, while below is presented some information regarding the blu-ray disc, as it was displayed in Sony's booth.

In Sony's booth you can also see the company's new standalone DVD recorder.

There are also the models with built in Hard Disk Drive, the RDR-HX8 and RDR-HX10 with 160GB and 250GB capacity respectively.

Lastly, Sony has a new dual layer DVD recorder, the DRU-700A. The drive uses Mediatek's chipset. The company is planning to release it in June.




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