In case you didn’t know, digital versatile discs are soon going the way of the VHS and the BetaMax. The DVD format has been around for more than a decade now, and while it has provided us with great-looking movies and storage for large amounts of data—up to 8 gigabytes to be exact—the technology will be obsolete, sooner rather than later.
We have an insatiable thirst for more of the good thing, which in this particular case, means movies and other digital media rendered in the highest definition possible. Higher resolutions inevitably lead to larger heaps of data. So in order to accommodate that growing need, we need optical media formats that can handle more than 8 gigabytes. We need Blu-ray. For this reason, Lite-On came up with the Lite-On LH-2B1S Blu-ray Burner