comet selling blue ray laptop

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    Ouch, cheaper than Dells HD-DVD laptop I think tho.

    I hope they can offload a LOT of processing onto that 256MBGF7600GO GT graphics card because according to anandtech that CPU will NOT be able to decode encrypted H264 or VC1.
     
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    Thought Dell were Blu Ray - have you a link to his Dell HD DVD laptop?
     
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    Having done a quick search on the US Dell website cannot see anything re HD DVD or Blu Ray
     
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    http://www.techbuilder.org/news/59201574

    In an effort to establish the next-generation optical disk format, the Blu-ray group said Hewlett Packard Co. and Dell Corp. will join the effort.


    Wikipedia notes them as being on the BDA Board, but it simply appears that haven't gone to market yet with a machine
     

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