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    Pioneer Harmonise Blu-ray, HD and CD/DVD In One Drive

    An exciting fusion of the ability to play high definition movies and read both single and double layer Blu-ray disks, together with the functionality of high speed read/write capabilities with an expansive range of CD/DVD formats, is the forte of the new range of optical PC drives launched by Pioneer today.

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    Does this support HD-DVD too ? Its not mentioned in the specs.
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    I doubt it - gonna be a while before a hybrid drive will be made IMO even though stand alone hybrid players from (LG to begin with) are now appearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar View Post
    Thats an LG, not the Pioneer and is double the price. Also sounds like it struggles with HD-DVD.

    For the projected cost you could buy the Pioneer and a 360 HD-DVD drive for less.

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    I was replying to Grimley saying it will be a while before we see hybrid drives

    Never said it was a pioneer or affordable

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