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What is a Blue ray disc ?

Asked by The abuser, 05 Dec '11 12:38 pm , 3 answers

Lu-ray Disc (official abbreviation BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the DVD format. The standard physical medium is a 12 cm... more

Answered by Ataur Rahman, 05 Dec '11 12:42 pm

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Can a blue - ray disc be played on an ordinary player ?

Asked by The abuser, 05 Dec '11 12:38 pm , 3 answers

No please... more

Answered by iqbal seth, 05 Dec '11 12:39 pm

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what is blue ray technology?

Asked by Krupa Vara Prasad, 20 Jun '11 12:26 pm , 1 answers

Blu-ray (not Blue-ray) also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a new optical disc format jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BD... more

Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 20 Jun '11 12:28 pm

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What is blue ray for blue ray disc ?

Asked by asim giri, 29 Nov '09 10:46 am , 3 answers

The blue ray is the blue- violet laser which codes and decodes the data.... more

Answered by Deepak Joshi, 29 Nov '09 10:49 am

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Wikipedia has an interesting article and in short it was a competitor for Blue-Ray DVD players from Sony, and were developed / promoted by Toshiba. Th... more

Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 01 Nov '09 08:30 pm

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They are different technologies for displays! :DA TFT monitor is actually a type of LCD. An LCD is a type of flat display device composed of thousands... more

Answered by Ashish Mishra, 08 Jul '09 04:56 pm

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What is blue ray disk?

Asked by Gaurav vyas, 07 Jul '09 08:32 pm , 1 answers

It is a disc data storage medium just like CD or DVD but with higher data storage capacities of upto 50GB.It was developed by the Blu-ray Disc Associa... more

Answered by Ashish Mishra, 07 Jul '09 08:43 pm

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