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Ah, this little gem didn’t last long did it? http://www.blu-ray.com/info/
So this was basically the upgrade of the DVD and tape player. You had HD on a disc basically. Was it worth the money? Maybe. Did i buy them ? No. You had to buy new equipment and tools to watch these. Things which cost a ton of money like on this site: Argos
Not only did it cost a lot, but it wasn’t very popular. None of my friends could afford these blu ray players and we just went to the cinema instead. Although it maybe worked out more expensive. It was worth it. I remember adverts for blu ray and got so excited back then. Not anymore though. I miss the DVD era and when everything was so simple! Nowadays, its all online and it costs more too. I may begin selling DVDs (my old ones) heck! they maybe worth a lot of money now. Who knows? I could give it a go on Ebay. I know they love to sell junk.
This era lived and died a painful death. It was never going to create the same magic as the DVD.
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For a quick break down, watch this
When was Blu-ray Disc introduced?
The Blu-ray Disc specification was officially announced in February 2002. Blu-ray Disc recorders were first launched in Japan in 2003. Blu-ray Disc players appeared globally in early 2006.
I use to want to work for Sony and produce these amazing CD’s and see how it all works. It’s crazy how that little laser on your Playstation reads a disc all the way through by simply spinning. Really cool right?