Consumers Connect With HD DVD Brand, Driving Hardware

At a press event today at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the companies of the North American HD DVD Promotional Group recapped a strong year for the high definition format, surpassing significant milestones for 2006, announcing more than 300 additional movie titles that will be available this year, for an expected total of more than 600 titles worldwide. The group also revealed compelling revenue and growth projections for HD DVD in 2007, and showcased a live demonstration of the next level of internet connectivity to give consumers a more personalized experience.

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nice_cuppa5241d ago

surely your article should read blu-ray........



MicroGamer5240d ago (Edited 5240d ago )

mean nothing if nobody owns a machine that plays their discs. They will have to support HD-DVD, or the Warner hybrid disc. Either way, HD-DVD wins, because in the event that the Warner hybrid disc catches on, everyone will buy the cheaper HD-DVD players over the pricier Blu Ray ones.