Originally Posted by kloneman
Laugh all you, want - but I am serious. Cost is (possibly) not the issue - Mac users historically pony up more for their computers than PC users do. The combination of capability, flexibility and ease of use for that cost IS the issue (for me at least). Why would I pay more for a Macintosh that DOES LESS than the Macintosh I already have. It has a smaller display, and not as much storage nor as much connectivity as the Mac I have now. I cannot connect my camcorder to it, yet it comes with applications to make Movies and burn them to DVD.... How many of those sub-$400 PCs you refer to having BD burners are laptops.... Eyes rolled in response...
You didn't understand me - what I was saying is that Mac's are expensive already so why not put BD in them. I'm not saying that there are 400.00 PC's with BD burners in them, I was saying that burners themselves are $400.00. To say...What is an extra $400.00 to a Mac user? They should support BD and put burners in their computers since people pay a premium for Mac anyway.