High art All the naysayers

High art

All the naysayers with the Bluray will be dead in five years! so will most of the hardware youre using right now that doesnt make it pointless. Personally Id say BD has a few years longer than that it has taken off and people want things that show off their HDTVs. Downloads currently arent as high quality and the storage issues arent trivial. Physical media is here to stay for a while at least. BD isnt Sonys format. AND its a perfectly good format. I dont know what people have against convenience and compatibility. 🙄 Im pretty sure my imac has HDCP on the 9800GS. ? I hope so id like to get a BD burner. Here is the deal, I have used mac for over 17 years and there is a reason why it is better, and no its not the machine and its architecture but the OS built around a specific architecture and the fact that I dont have to be Mr. Know It All to do simple things. I use a PC at work and the I have to go through to do the simplest task is ridiculous. Both machines have there strengths but what microsoft forgot was that there are far more casual users out there than Nerds, Geeks, Programmers. People that just want to use a computer and not feel lost and stupid like my mom and ses a pretty smart woman, and thats all apple is trying no 5 different iteration of the same OS but one good OS on an Architecture built for it. If Microsoft got smart they would actually get with the program. It wont be long before Linux takes over and apple follows suit. this would be a mighty good feature!! Physical media will never go you surrender your rights to own and keep your own content. , your software, movies are all loaded on someone elses host hard boom its gone if you dont want to pay a monthly license fee. Physical media will go away eventually. As many people here pointed out, its probable that BD Blu-Ray is the last optical media. The efforts are going into cloud computing so your data would be everywhere and you only need a high art to access it, be it a pocket-sized, laptop-sized or workstation-sized. Look at Google Docs, your data is on their servers and you can access it from anywhere. For this to happen though, bandwidth would have to increase dramatically, both on cellular networks and wire-based ones. Personally, I dont like sharing high art my stuff with the rest of the world like that Physical media will go away eventually. As many people here pointed out, its probable that BD Blu-Ray is the last optical media. The efforts are going into cloud computing so your data would be everywhere and you only need a device to access it, be it a pocket-sized, laptop-sized or workstation-sized. Look at Google Docs, your data is on their servers and you can access it from anywhere. For this to happen though, bandwidth would have to increase dramatically, both on cellular networks and wire-based ones. Personally, I dont like sharing all my stuff with the rest of the world like that i agree, physical memory is going away fast!. Its about time, but the blank discs still too expensive to make it worthwhile. 50gig blu-ray disc needs to cost no more than 10 in order to make sense. I rather back it up on multiple hard discs that today run pretty cheap. Plus I agree that Apple is focusing on downloads rather than physical discs. So it seems they are in no hurry to provide BR-R to consumers. As for Blu-ray player only, it would be welcome. Thats what people said about CD-Rs.

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