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Dennis Hissink : November 18th 2009 - 10:00 CET
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PioneerProfessional applications demand Pioneer Blu-ray writer : Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. announces its new BDR-205 Blu-ray Disc Computer Writer, the industry’s first and fastest Blu-ray writer to feature up to 12x write speed for single and dual-layer Blu-ray Disc (BD) media. Ideal for authoring providers and system builders, the Pioneer BD/DVD/CD Blu-ray writer provides accurate, rapid performance for demanding professional applications. High-Speed 12x write capability lets professional users and enthusiasts quickly test, author and preserve high definition content. The new Pioneer Blu-ray writer is immediately available. The retail version of this product, the BDR-2205, will be available Q1 2010 for $249 MSRP.

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Pioneer Blu-ray writer is the fastest BDR model available
“The Pioneer BDR-205 drive represents our ongoing efforts to combine Pioneer’s engineering expertise with advanced technologies, and our next generation Blu-ray writer is a great example of our no-compromise approach to optical disc product development,” said Steve Cohn, director of optical disc sales for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “We are bringing to market the fastest Pioneer Blu-ray writer to date, and it is just one of the many ’firsts’ that have come to define Pioneer’s 30-year heritage in optical disc innovation and leadership.”

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Blu-ray writer outperforms standard DVD format
The name Blu-ray Disc derives from the blue-violet laser used to read the disc. While a standard DVD uses a 650 nanometer red laser, Blu-ray uses a shorter wavelength, a 405 nm blue-violet laser, and allows for almost six times more data storage than a DVD. Blu-ray is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the standard DVD format. Blu-ray Disc was developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association.
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