More interesting to note is that some buyers are expressing hesitance towards Blu-ray, with its players starting at $1000 and going up from there. Did they just interview some HD-DVD fanboys (Odds are high they did, with only 10,000 units in stores.), or is there a possibility even the early adopting home theater community won't spend that much on movies?
Whatever the case may be, we know two things for sure. HD-DVD is currently the absolute best format with <7 titles available on the planet; and Blu-ray, the clock is ticking, better get in the game.
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- Type DVD, HD DVD
- Upscaling 1080i, 720p
- Video outputs Component (1 outputs), HDMI (1 outputs), RCA / composite, S-Video
- Audio outputs Coaxial (digital), via HDMI, RCA stereo, TOSLINK (optical)
- Dimensions 4.33 x 17.72 x 13.39 in