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8X Blu-ray Laser Diode By 2010 Says Sharp

Sharp Corp had a meeting on technologies relating to blue-violet and red semiconductor laser diodes. It explained the market conditions and the output growth as well as its efforts to enhance the laser power and reduce the module size.

Sharp expects that markets for high-power red laser diodes for use in DVD recorder players, low-power blue-violet laser diodes for use in Blu-ray Disc players and high-power blue-violet laser diodes for use in recorder players will all grow significantly in the future.

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decapitator3377d ago

Pretty sure we will see even higher by around that time. Technology is always changing.

GiantEnemyCrab3376d ago

I thought the PS3 was future proof?

oh that is right, more marketing fluff to be eatin with a side of fishheads for the droids.

TheTerminator3376d ago

by futureproof we meant updates and more power to be taken hold of for years to come

heyheyhey3376d ago

50+gb > 9gb

no matter how much you spin it

TheTerminator3376d ago

Way to tell us news from 2010, heres some more news from 2010

MILITARY INTEGRATES 8X LASERS INTO ARTIFICIAL INTELLEGENCE DEFENCE SYSTEMS

Day after

MISSILES LAUNCHED AT RUSSIA

The end is coming

Fux4Bux3376d ago

That would definitely be good for the next consoles. Biggest problem with this gen is the read speeds being so low. 8x Blu-ray is damned fast.

heyheyhey3376d ago

i have seen the specs compared to DVD

and 8X is freakin fast

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