Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Portable Blu-ray comes to Home Media Centres ?
Owners of Mac Mini media centres are going to be very excited about Buffalo Technologies latest release, a Portable 6x Blu-ray Drive. The device looks as if it has been designed for the living room in mind with a sleek black chassis offering up to 6x Blu-ray write speeds, the drive’s lightweight, compact and ultra slim design is the perfect solution for people on the move as well as those looking to upgrade a laptop or netbook to Blu-ray.
The new portable Blu-ray drive is ideal for storing, editing and watching high definition content, or writing large amounts of data to an optical drive. Consumers can view DVDs in near-HD quality thanks to the Cyberlink Blu-ray Disc Suite software. The drive can also be used to back up videos, photos and music.
Easy to install and setup the drive comes with a USB 2.0 connection. With no AC adaptor, the user simply has to attach to a computer via USB for immediate use, meaning cables can be left behind. Its black, glossy chassis has dimensions of just 137 x 142 x 20 mm, making it easy to store and transport.
• Experience regular DVDs in near HD quality with the CyberLink DVD Upscaling feature
• CyberLink Blu-ray Disc Suite – includes: PowerDirector, PowerProducer. PowerDVD, Power2Go, PowerBackup, InstandBurn and MediaShow
• Ideal for use when backing up movies, photos and music
• 2 year Warranty
The Portable 6x Blu-ray Drive will be available from April 2010 with a SRP – ?229.99 inc. VAT although this sounds expensive remember the device allows you to write Blue-Ray as well as read it.
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