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Hands On With BD Live

Posted on Wednesday, June 25 2008 @ 05:40:21 CEST by


TweakTown checked out BD Live:
Thanks to Sony Pictures, I recently had a chance to play with Blu-ray’s fancy new BD Live (formerly known as ‘Profile 2.0’) system. The first Blu-ray disc on the Australian market to come with such a feature - Men In Black, streets on Wednesday 25th June (look for my in-depth review within the next few days).

Keep in mind however, there are very few Blu-ray players on the market that come BD Live equipped; essentially it means that a player needs an ethernet port, and persistent flash storage of at least 1GB. Of course, most Australians with a Blu-ray player have a PlayStation 3, which became BD Live equipped earlier this year, and indeed I sampled BD Live using a PlayStation 3.
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