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You guys are basing your opinion on the fact that no such drives are available at which is ONLY the case because no OEM has placed orders for either drive Apple being the only major OEM who would require such a drive. Notebook drives arent like desktop if no major OEM orders them, they dont go into production. That doesnt mean the physics have yet to be worked out or anything else is causing a delay in production. Engineering samples of both drives exist and Cupertino has both, and the newer Optiarc drive is being though in its tray-load form, in the new Sony TT series. The upcoming Dell Studio XPS 13 will likely use the drive as well, though I dont know if theyll use the slot-load or tray-load variant. BTW, Sonys TT series offers Blu-ray, 1 LED display, DUAL 64GB SSDs in a RAID configuration, and far more ports than the new MBP in a package considerably smaller than the MB or MBP and at leass than 1 thick. Even in a VERY compact package, you can offer FAR more than Apple gives you engineering issues are just an excuse. I stated a fact based on that fact. which is ONLY the case because no OEM has placed orders for either drive Apple being the only major OEM who would require such a drive. Notebook drives arent like desktop if no major OEM orders them, they dont go into production. So if Apple were the ONLY ONES buying these 5mm drives and the 7mm drives are already prohibitively expensive and the number of customers even wanting BD, can you image how much they would cost? Of course Apple didntgo with BD so Im amazed, with that knowledge that you still wonder how a 900 notebook can have BD. That doesnt mean the physics have yet to be worked out or anything else is causing a delay in production. I didnt say it wasnt possible. I said the physics cant be overlooked. A 5mm slot-load BD will cost more and be slower than desktop-grade tray-loading BD. In computers, smaller usually equals more expensive. I think we can agree on that. Apple just isnt going to go to a considerably thicker notebook with a tray-loading drive just to offer a cheaper BD option that is more i-line with the cheap BD options and that wont matter to most customers. Its just poor business all around. I need some clarification thank you. When you say the next major software release will offer Blu-ray support, what exactly does this mean? And will the new MacBook Pros be able to add this functionality with a software update. thanks in advance I need some clarification thank you. When you say the next major software release will offer Blu-ray support, what exactly does this mean? And will the new MacBook Pros be able to add this functionality with a software update. thanks in advance bluray support as in it will be able to play them in a program such as DVD Player except with a different name and native burning support with programs such as disk utility for backups of course. True enough. But at 50GB per title granted thats the max, even a 1TB hard drive could only hold 20 titles, and thats without leaving room for anything else. And I REALLY have better things to do with my time. Ripping 50GBs of data to my paintball sniper headshot drive for each title is hardly convenient. Tossing a disc in is. at full quality, yes. there is only a limited number of bluray disks that it can hold. mind you that that at 50gb at most it would include the extras and a whole bunch paintball sniper headshot stuff. just the title i imagine it would be somewhere around 25gb-35gb, which is only 32 movies. it would be worth it though for me anyway! 5tb drives are out and arent that expensive, 2tb will be out soon so its becomming more and more convenient to rip/convert. I do a lot of compression work, and if you cant tell the difference between a 40Mbps AVC encode on Blu-ray and a re-compressed 10Mbps or whatever AVC encode that youve created then youre either blind or dont have paintball sniper headshot setup properly calibrated. A 5-10GB re-encode is nowhere near the quality of most Blu-ray discs there are exceptions, in cases where grain is nearly non-existant. Its good enough for watching on the go but its still time consuming and not remotely convenient. i also do a lot of compression work albeit basic and if you think your going to see a massive increase between a 10mbps rip and a 40mb passthrough/bluray movie on a 15 1440×900 WXGA? screen then you are wasting your time. a 5-10gb movie is nowhere near the quality, no, but at least it will allow me to do other work while i actually watch the movie rather than chewing up my CPU/RAM, and other things yes i watch movies while working. You are wrong on that point, as I pointed out before. It certainly would be a valid reason if it were still true, however the situation has changed. Optiarc Sony/NEC joint venture developed a 5mm drive primarily for use by Apple and offered them to Apple as slot-loading drives for use in the latest machines. The fact that you cant buy one at retail has nothing to do with what was made available to Apple. Note that Matsushita did the same thing in time for the early 2008 refresh, and Apple turned them down as well.

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