Wireless TV rivals square off in format war

It's not just the disks we have to worry about with HD TV.

Super-thin television sets like Sony's recent 3mm XEL-1 are undeniably spectacular. But their emergence means hardware makers are having to face up to another problem - customers wanting to hang them on their living room walls - that looks like sparking another format war to rival Blu-ray Vs HD DVD.

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Multigamer3873d ago

first disks now bloody TVs, give it a rest with these format wars

Feihc Retsam3873d ago (Edited 3873d ago )

That's like saying there was a format war between DLP and DNIE, or LCD and PLASMA...

These are not format conflicts, they are just technology choices.
A format war is when you have something like a DVD that will be purchased time and time again.

With this wireless technology sending content from a base station to a TV, there is no conflict with content that is played on the TVs, so there is no downside to adopting a TV that features either type of wireless technology.

My point is, if someone were to buy a TV that uses Hitachi's wireless tv system they will be able to watch the same content and use the same devices as a TV using a competing wireless technology.

Nobody is shutting themselves out of a particular medium by buying a tv with this technology, so there is no major consumer dilemma here.

This story just features an alarming headline to get people to click the link and read further... It worked

actas1233873d ago

So you think there is a war between plasma TVs and LCDs? lol, Whoever wrote this article is a real idiot.

Feihc Retsam3873d ago (Edited 3873d ago )

I couldn't agree more

YoMeViet3873d ago

Next thing you know there will be a war between your left hand and your right hand according to this guy...

mighty_douche3873d ago

this isnt a war, simply choice's.