FastMac brings Blu-Ray to the Mac

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fastmac-blu-ray.jpgSo, you’ve got $800 just laying around the house collecting dust, and you really, really, really want to get those 50 gigs of mp3s you’ve “collected” over the years onto one piece of media…what are you going to do?

Well, the only logical thing is to get the new Blu-Ray drive for Mac from FastMac. FasMac calls the drive “plug and play” but Engadget claims it’s going to take some adventurous moves on your part to get it going. If you think you’ve got the testicular fortitude to get the job done, then click here to order that bad boy and get to burning Blu-Ray disks.

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