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Topic # 32629 21-Apr-2009 21:04
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Take a look at this - http://www.sony.co.nz/products/product.jsp?sku=BNR50BS2

Thats an awesome deal and should guarantee Blue-Ray go forwards to world domination......

Think I will stick with my hard drive thanks...........

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  Reply # 208437 21-Apr-2009 21:08
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Wow what a great deal!  I might have to get a 10 pack when I have a spare grand kicking around.

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Reply # 208457 21-Apr-2009 22:58
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come on you get free delivery, its a stealLaughing




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  Reply # 208458 21-Apr-2009 23:04
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Memories of when CD-R blanks were the same price as commercial CD's with music but that is ridiculous. Not even a ReWritable!!!!!!! DVD dual layer is still a stupid price though.


But like anything Sony, it's just overpriced, Memory stick, Minidisc, and even a sealed blank "Betamax" tape sitting in front of me have these scary price tags.

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