Death of HD DVD

Toshiba said, enough saying... We will stop producing developing, making or producing any HD DVD related product. So Blu-Ray is the winner.

So everyone who still waiting for the war ended can move their ass and wallet to nearest electronic gadget shop to get their Blu-Ray player. I swear lots of people will swearing and cursing that their precious DVD and HD DVD collection will collecting dust in the future. So am I. I already spend lots of moolah collecting my own favorite movies in DVD and now they changed to Blu-Ray, soon my collection will also be a dust collector.

For your information, both HD DVD and Blu-ray deliver crisp, clear high-definition pictures and sound, which are more detailed and vivid than existing video technology. They are incompatible with each other, and neither plays on older DVD players. But both formats play on high-definition TVs. Damn it. Hope their player still can play old school DVD disc.

I guess this also would be a good news for us because since they win the battle, Blu-Ray format movies would be much more cheaper in the future.

Read the whole news here.

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Kay Kastum said...

Not too worried about that yet..

JAB_au said...

Blu-ray Players are quiet capable of playing DVD's in fact most can play audio CD's.

LeeJB said...

A great relieve when I hear that Blu-Ray players can play old school DVD. Thanks for dropping by.

BuDakHutaN said...

aku teda blu-ray la...
ehek.. aku keja kat kimia la fren..