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Pioneer may be forgiven for wondering why they had bothered as reaction to news concerning their new BDR-205 Blu-ray writer which, thanks to boasting 12x write speed, manages to claim the mantel of being the fastest BD writer to date has at best, and in the main, been rather muted in terms of excitement.

In fairness, however, and having thought about it for all of a few minutes (perhaps less, in honesty) as much as we’d like to get excited about it ourselves – I mean, this is the first 12x BD writer we’re talking about here – we just can’t. This is not the fault of Pioneer. This is not a reflection on the BDR-205. It’s just that, all said and done, its just inherently not all that interesting. That said, we’re going to give it a go.
Or then again, perhaps not. No perhaps we’ll just let Pioneer’s press release (and, specifically, its abject dullness) give you an idea as to just how excited Pioneer are themselves concerning the BDR-205 9and in this respect, its all quite telling).
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. today announces its new BDR-205 Blu-ray Disc® Computer Writer, the industry’s first and fastest model to feature up to 12x write speed for single and dual-layer Blu-ray Disc (BD) media*. Ideal for authoring providers and system builders, the Pioneer® BD/DVD/CD Writer provides accurate, rapid performance for demanding professional applications.
“The BDR-205 drive represents our ongoing efforts to combine Pioneer’s engineering expertise with advanced technologies, and our next generation Blu-ray Disc writer is a great example of our no-compromise approach to optical disc product development,” said Steve Cohn, director of optical disc sales for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “We are bringing to market the fastest Blu-ray Disc writer to date, and it is just one of the many ‘firsts’ that have come to define Pioneer’s 30-year heritage in optical disc innovation and leadership.”
Dynamic Performance for an Array of Professional Users
When utilized with a properly configured PC, the drive’s Low Vibration Mechanism Design improves overall writing accuracy, especially for those preserving copious amounts of critical data. Designed for maximum flexibility, Pioneer’s writer provides significant solutions for multiple user groups, including:
* System builders can confidently recommend the sophisticated BDR-205 to their clients, noting the drive’s unique design, robust build quality and high grade parts
* With 50Gbytes** of storage space on a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc, professional users can utilize the BDR-205 to rapidly test high definition feature films during the authoring process, as well as to back up large volumes of data with ease
* Besides up to 12x write speeds for Blu-ray Disc media, Pioneer’s new computer drive also provides read and write speed performance up to 16x for DVD and 40x for CD media
The new BDR-205 Blu-ray Disc computer writer begins shipping October 2009. The retail version of this product, the BDR-2205, will be available Q1 2010 for $249 MSRP.
And there you have it. Perhaps it’s not us after all. Perhaps the BDR-205 is, genuinely, just nothing to actually get remotely excited about at all?
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