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26-10-09, 10:47 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Aha! Cheers Flake.
Lightscribe has always been a bit of a niche product but I much prefer it to using inkjet labels or printing directly to disc even if it does take longer to print. Personally I think Lightscribe will do one of two things, either die off over a few years before finally disappearing or it will get picked up by new formats.
Personally I'd love to see a Lightscribe Blu-Ray disc. As for the current costs of blu-ray discs, don't forget that when DVD9 (Dual Layer discs) first came out they too were around £3 a disc, now you can get them for a few pence a disc. Within a year or two we'll see the price of blu-ray discs plummet along with the burners and when that happens blu-ray will quickly become the dominant format and we'll look at CD's & DVD's in the same way that we currently look at Floppy Discs!
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