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 Tags: DVD , DVDs , HD DVD , Blue Ray
High Capacity DVDs - Blue Ray or HD?


Two relatively new DVD standards have emerged, HD DVD, and Blue Ray DVD. What are the differences?


HD DVDs have a maximum storage capacity of 15 GB for single layer disks, and 30 GB for dual layer disks.

Blue Ray DVDs have a max capacity of 25 GB for singler layer disks, 50 GB for dual layer.

Neither standard is yet a clear "winner."

For more info, you might want to check out "Removeable Disks - a frief Overview & history."

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