New player from Cyberlink support BD profile 2.0 (BD-Live)
Mac or PC? The war rages on. We've thrown the most recent 13-inch MacBook Pro and the closest PC to a Mac we've seen, the Dell Studio XPS 13, into the ring for an all-out brawl.
Sorry, but that's "drive," not "player." Still, it's a terrific deal for anyone with a media-center PC connected to a TV or big monitor. But you'll have to live with a 90-day warranty.
Perfect for system builders or anyone running a media-center PC, this Lite-On drive lets you watch Blu-ray movies on your monitor or HDTV. Player software is included.
When Apple announced they were joining or at least supporting the Blu-ray effort, many Macintosh news sites speculated on when the technology would find its way into our favorite operating system. With the format war between Blu-ray and HD DVD the argumen
Trick out your media center with this dirt-cheap Blu-ray Disc drive. Newegg has the nonrefurb deal, for the Sony Optiarc internal drive.
Finally, Blu-ray for under $100! Sony's internal drive comes with the software you need to watch movies on your PC.
Today on Crave, the hottest, most salacious piece of gadget porn isn't Sennheiser earbuds or an LG camera phone -- it's Cyberlink DVD Suite 7, and we'll fight anybody who says differently
CyberLink PowerDVD Linux and PowerCinema Linux Designed for Netbooks and Nettops
Netbooks are everywhere (still), this time from Asus and MSI. Also, more cheap laptops and Best Buy's Blue Label. It's the week in laptops!