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T2West   2/24/2009 8:12:45 AM
Please explain how you can call this High-Definition! HD-TV is above 1.5Gbit/sec. HANA will be using Ieee-1394, which only can transport up to 800Mbit/sec. So how can it be possible to transport several HD-signals through the Ieee-1394 bus? I hate when people call it High-Definition Ready and are not using the full HD specs. We want BlueRay quality all the time!!! :- ) /Thomas

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