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02-28-2012, 07:23 AM
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...as a feature of a LG brand BluRay recorder. I didn't get the impression that this was a cheap feature to add, I guess it is. Reviews are scare on this drive, which is surprising considering its been out for a few months. I'm in the market for a BD-R drive (mostly because I got a HDV camcorder), so I might give it a try.

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The blanks seem to have come down in price too, down to $3-3.50 depending on quantity. Not too painful, then again I remember paying upwards of $7 a disc for blank 650MB CD-Rs in 1997.
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