The first Blu-ray burner to hit the market, the Pioneer BDR-101A gives you 25GB of storage on a single disc and its actual write speeds nearly match its rated 2X spec. Still, it's a first-generation drive that's too expensive for anyone but professionals and enthusiasts working with HD video.
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Pioneer is the first company to announce pricing for its Blu-ray disc player, but at $1,800, the new high definition disc format is going to cost you. The BDP-HD1 is set to land in the UK in the second half of 2006