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Wednesday March 28, 2007

Blu-ray vs. HD-DVD: The War of the Formats

[H] Enthusiast has taken on the difficult task of analyzing the war of the formats: Blu-ray vs. HD-DVD. What does each format have to offer? We analyze the strong points and weaknesses of both formats and give you our opinion on who is currently ahead. Here’s a quote from the article to get you started:

With hardware costs for both camps being relatively high, not to mention the fact that there are very few dual format players (LG recently brought the first to the market at the staggering cost of $1,200), most consumers are forced to decide between Blu-ray or HD-DVD for their high definition needs. But which format is worth the investment? Which format will provide the best quality and stick around to make the investment worthwhile? We’ll take a look at the answers to those questions for both formats.

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