Submitted by bung tickler 3094d ago | news

Samsung supporting both Blu-ray and HD-DVD

The Korean consumer electronics manufacturer said Friday it expects to have a dual-format machine that will play Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD software in stores in time for the holidays. (Industry)

Credit url: msfn.org
lilwingman  +   3094d ago
I know this is going to sound bias, since I want Blu-Ray to win... but putting all biases aside, I think what Samsung and LG are doing is actually having a negative impact on the industry, and are moves meant to simply make them money, and at the same time, completely disregard the consumers. By producing dual drives, they are only furthering the confusion that the public will face: having to deal with two formats. The sooner one format wins out, the better for everyone.
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