PC maker Fujitsu said Tuesday it will become the first company to release desktop computers compatible with the next-generation Blu-ray optical discs. The desktops with Blu-ray drives are expected to come out in Japan in June. Fujitsu's announcement comes one day after Toshiba unveiled a plan to launch in mid-May notebook computers that can handle HD DVD discs, which compete with Blu-ray in the market for high-definition optical discs. Fujitsu also plans to launch notebooks with HD DVD drives in June, catering to both camps.
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