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DVD

Digital versatile disk, digital video disk Informatics An optical disk capable of storing ≥ 4 GB of audiovisual data. Cf CD.
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It can also convert video to DVD folder or ISO file.
The price: just pounds 12.95 (rrp pounds 14.99) H If you order extra items, your free DVD will automatically be sent with your order.
Caracteristicas: 2MB de memoria en bufer, montaje horizontal y vertical, tiempo de acceso a CD de 130ms y de 150ms en DVD.
high-definition image, offering more than five times the resolution of standard DVD.
If applying for individual DVDs, you can only request ONE DVD per application.
"Sony has a rich history with double layer and dual layer formats for our DVD burners," added DeMoulin.
"As with all consumer electronics, portable DVD has experienced price erosion in the market," said Spencer Ramsey, product planning manager at Philips Electronics.
"By including DivX capability in a variety of different DVD devices, LG Electronics is proving their commitment to creating and distributing products that meet the needs of the millions of users all over the world who are clamoring for products that support DivX video playback," said Bill Holmes, Vice President of Consumer Electronics at DivX, Inc.
The 2004 holiday season saw the price of DVD recorders drop further still, to an average of about $100 per player.
DVD extras included The Ultimate Matrix Collection Cert 15, Warner Home Video, DVD pounds 59.99/limited edition DVD gift set pounds 79.99 Luxurious box set including all three films - The Matrix, Reloaded and Revolutions - plus the spin-off animated anthology The Animatrix and more than 35 hours of extras.
Some of the very first DVD media came from a production company that didn't know how to make DVD media (they tried to switch from making laser discs which did have rot problem to DVD, using the old laser disc production techniques).
Home theaters "in a box"--a 32-inch screen TV with DVD player, a stereo receiver or amplifier, five speakers and sub-woofer--can sell for as low as US$1,000.