They are as follows: the SD890, SD790, and SD770. All of those model names also have Canon, PowerShot, IS, Digital, and ELPH all thrown into each of them somewhere as well, there’s more than that which they all have in common as well.
All of the computer cases from this lineup look amazing, but one catch they have is that they all feature external, but yet still internal, optical disc drives. I put it like that because each of the external ODD’s have a case that is themed after the main computer case and they have a direct line to the inside of the computer where I would assume they’d connect via SATA or IDE.
At present, the top three System-On-A-Chip aka SoC maker for Blu-Ray technology are Sigma Design, Broadcom and Panasonic UniPhier. Majority of current Blu-ray players are coming from sigma Design’s SMP8634 SoC, but the company may face the toughest challenge with its rival's recent acquisition of Sunext Design.