CNET has a critical article on Blu-ray and HD DVD:
When did you first become cynical about the electronics industry?
Was it when VHS went out of style, and you had to buy all your movies again on DVD? Was it the time(s) you never got the rebate you mailed away for? Or was it when your computer's 90-day warranty expired, and the thing croaked two days later?
Doesn't matter. As it turns out, you didn't even know the meaning of the word cynical. Last month, Toshiba's HD-A1 high-definition DVD player hit store shelves. It's the first marketplace volley in an absurd and pointless format war among the titans of the movie, electronics and computer industries.
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Re: Why we don't need high-def DVDs by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 17 2006 @ 12:45:03 CEST
Frankly HD content looks night and day different than normal TV. That's not news. But to think having that content in disk form is not worthy of interest, is probably written by someone still using a rotary phone...