LONDON - The battle between two hyped formats for high-definition DVD will confuse shoppers and turn many of them off the whole technology, a London-based research firm predicted on Friday.
who the hell even needs either format? It's not like switching from vhs to dvd.
why watch HD quality tv when you can just watch regular analoge cable tv? why? because it's so much clearer, sharper, vibrant, and all of the aboves. ever try to watch a regular dvd on an HD TV? the quality is watchable, but doesn't look that great.
If I had to go for one I would pick HD DVD for obvious reasons (better pricing, better quality & better reviews) but to be honest I have a great DVD collection and probably won't be changing for years.
They both lose- Good for microsoft Hd-dvd wins- good for microsoft They both win which is a stalemate- Good for microsoft Blu-ray wins- Good for sony That last one is looking less likely everyday.
i can see some point to this article. And it might happen actually. But i think though that because the ps3 has a blu-ray player as standard, thats gonna put blu-ray players in the homes of millions anyway. And with the increase of HDTVs being bought, at least there's a lifeline (PS3) through the whole blu-ray fight. If people already have a blu-ray player, they are not gonna buy a HD-DVD player. And therefore will buy blu-ray movies and not HD-DVD. But the future will tell
OKAY, stalemate in 2 years is for sure. But because of high hd player costs the war will be won with the cost of stand alone players NOT consoles. Because of that HD-dvd will win because it's already half the price and better quality
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