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| HT & Movies News | Posted: Aug 30, 2006 11:52 pm

The world of Blu-ray looks to be heating up some more with news over at the DailyTech today of Hitachi-LG having released a Blu-ray equipped PC and seperate 4x Blu-ray burner.

 

LG's official press release can also be located here.

 

Update: Hardware Zone have just published a review on it as well.

 


Hitachi-LG has launched a new 4x Blu-ray equipped PC and Blu-ray burner. We first got a taste of the GBW-H10N last month, but it looks like the drive is officially on the store shelves in Japan now.

 

LG's XPION X600 series desktop PC features Blu-ray high definition video playback capabilities. The Blu-ray playback component of the XPION X600 is provided by LG's Super Multi Blue drive that supports Blu-ray and DVD formats. Backing the Blu-ray drive is an NVIDIA GeForce 7900GT with HDCP compatibility and Pentium D 945 processor. Also included with the XPION X600 systems is 1GB of DDR2 memory and a 320GB hard drive.

 

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