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MarioMaster

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with TEC cooling it heats up pretty quickly, and the output is fairly unstable

the color and build of the laser is great but the rest - not so much :-X
 

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MarioMaster said:
with TEC cooling it heats up pretty quickly, and the output is fairly unstable
WL told me it had a 100% duty cycle with no output problems. :-?

Well, that's WL for you.
 

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Right heres a question for you, where would you rather spend your money, WL or DX ?
 

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i'd rather spend my money on DX - for the price of a spyder you could get 68 true 30mW lasers ;D
 
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Well HD-DVD drives have blu-ray diodes...

Odd. Should be more like 80ma. I suppose 800ma sounds better to your average n00b.
 

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Spyderz20x6 said:
Haha:

Everyone knows about Blu-Ray DVD Players!

Last time i checked Blu-Ray and DVD were different formats ::)

It's probably just a "name" problem, but both are DVD's (Digital Video Disc). Blu-ray DVD won the format war with HD DVD format.

Peace,
dave
 

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If you want to get really picky, they're "Digital Versatile Discs" since they don't always store video
 

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GooeyGus said:
If you want to get really picky, they're "Digital Versatile Discs" since they don't always store video
it will be interesting when software comes out on blu ray discs... maybe windows 7 will? hah
 




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