Thursday, May 11, 2006

Why the World Doesn't Need Hi-Def DVD's - New York Times

Why the World Doesn't Need Hi-Def DVD's - New York Times: "Just contemplating the rise of a new DVD format is enough to make you feel played. What's wrong with the original DVD format, anyway? It offers brilliant picture, thundering surround sound and bonus material. The catalog of DVD movies is immense and reasonably priced. And DVD players are so cheap, they practically fall out of magazines; 82 percent of American homes have at least one DVD player.
To electronics executives, all of this can mean only one thing: It's time to junk that format and start over."

Timely reality check
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