Now that Blu-ray has won the high-def format war and HD DVD is out of the picture, more companies are jumping on the Blu-ray bandwagon and starting to move into the next-generation of media technology. In a new report from the US, Apple and Dell could be leading the charge.
However, some have cautioned that Blu-ray drives have proven to be quite troublesome for those looking for longer battery lives. In fact, Wired is reporting that the first-generation of Blu-ray players already available in notebooks are running out of juice halfway through a movie.
Regardless, both Dell and Apple have allegedly been courting Sony for Blu-ray drives for high-end notebook models in the hope that future generations will fix those battery issues, creating a more compelling reason to buy the computers.
The reports have neither been confirmed nor denied by Apple or Dell but, if true, look out for Blu-ray-equipped notebooks later this year.
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