From Sony: Sony Corporation (Sony), the Blu-ray optical disk drive for playback and recording devices for optical integration Nichia Corporation Limited (REZAKAPURA) and joint development. The REZAKAPURA developed by the end of this year we aim to mass production. Recent, high-capacity optical disk drive market, with BURUREIDISUKUREKODA record and playback function revolves around and it is expected to expand further in the future. Also, players such as laptop computers and in-car for the flat-screen is increasingly demanded. The blue, purple REZAKAPURA developed by the great mass production of inexpensive optical component that can use its own high-efficiency optical system uses a beam. Accordingly, such as dual-layer Blu-ray media to optimize the signal readout of a more stable recording / playback possible to drive or optical pickup design. Also, a new recording medium (organic media) also supports. In addition, so far we have gained REZAKAPURA portable equipment for the packaging technology and a thickness of less than 3 mm thin body of top industry realize that the Blu-ray drive for further cost reductions and further slimline contribute to our customers. Rocketpig's Thoughts: Well, this was bound to happen in the course of Blu-ray's life. What does this mean for us? Well, I'm not quite sure, but there are rumors going around that it could involve flying monkeys and the apocalpyse. Actually, in reality, this means we should start seeing 9.5mm Blu-ray drives in laptops and that a Slimline PS3 is one step closer to reality. It also surely means that Blu-ray costs are plummeting once again, and that's good for everybody. Well, except for those of you with 19" SDTVs. Get out of 1995, man! Fonte Porta aberta para uma PS3 slim e para um pricecut da consola.