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Let's look at a blu-ray writer - what LG calls the world's fastest. LG's been No.1 in the optical drive business for nine years now, so it's no surprise. The writer has India's fastest BD writing speed of 6x Max. It's an IDE device, and can be mounted on any existing desktop PC. A normal CD stores 700 MB, but a double layer BD can store up to 50 GB, making it a wonderful back-up facility; a normal CD's capacity is 700 MB, and a single-layer DVD can store up to 4.7 GB. Even a single-layer Blu-ray disc can store up to 27 GB of data: that's more than 13 hrs of standard video and more than 2 hrs of high-definition video. Price: Rs. 29,990

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