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  1. #11
    Okiri Guest
    This will probably end up being a good storage media in the Industry level. But I don't think the local consumer will see this in a while.

  2. #12
    dream21 Guest
    so the next playstation (PS4) maybe support BDXL?

  3. #13
    ruger1234 Guest
    I guess the issue is only with second 3D firmware update Sony is planning, to support 3D Blu-ray movies. PS3 3D games on Sony's own discs should work fine?

    From http://discover.sonystyle.com/bravia/sony3d/

    Q. I own a PlayStation 3. Will I be able to play back 3D content on it?

    A. If you own a Playstation 3 and are planning on buying a 3DTV, then you will be able to watch 3D content on your TV capable of 3D playback through your PS3 (post PS3 firmware update). The current plan is offer PlayStation 3 owners two separate firmware updates closer to the release of the 3D capable/integrated BRAVIA HDTVs. The first firmware update will be for 3D gaming, followed by another firmware update to enable 3D Blu-ray Disc playback.

  4. #14
    livpool Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by ruger1234 View Post
    I guess the issue is only with second 3D firmware update Sony is planning, to support 3D Blu-ray movies. PS3 3D games on Sony's own discs should work fine?

    From http://discover.sonystyle.com/bravia/sony3d/

    Q. I own a PlayStation 3. Will I be able to play back 3D content on it?

    A. If you own a Playstation 3 and are planning on buying a 3DTV, then you will be able to watch 3D content on your TV capable of 3D playback through your PS3 (post PS3 firmware update). The current plan is offer PlayStation 3 owners two separate firmware updates closer to the release of the 3D capable/integrated BRAVIA HDTVs. The first firmware update will be for 3D gaming, followed by another firmware update to enable 3D Blu-ray Disc playback.
    so when is the release date for the Bravia 3D TVs? that means we have a deadline for the 3D update.

  5. #15
    gebil21 Guest
    I agree, this is not a problem, a big problem right now is that there are only a handful of games supporting 1080p thus there is no point having 128GB of textures displayed on just 720p.

  6. #16
    ruger1234 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by livpool View Post
    so when is the release date for the Bravia 3D TVs? that means we have a deadline for the 3D update.
    It really sounds like the LX900 and HX900 are already in the Sony stores, at least for giving demos. "Experience 3D TV at a Sony Style store near you".

    Check out
    http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...63#bravia3dTab

  7. #17
    Shrink Guest
    Who needs 128gb on a Disc just yet? Even 3D movies don't need that much space!

  8. #18
    B4rtj4h Guest
    Damn... STFU Sony you really don't wana help your loyal customers...

  9. #19
    Hairyx Guest
    You do know even that amount of storage space that the Hollywood will still sell 2 disk sets. One for the Movie and the other disk for the Extras.

  10. #20
    iloveyou Guest
    The next feature which goes with fw updates The alibility to watch BluRays with 128 Gb sizes... Nice Sony... it still goes down...

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