Go grab your Circuit City
flier from Sunday's paper and turn to page 17.
What do you see? We see Circuit City trying hard to educate their would-be customers about the different ways to get a high-def signal. Good for them, but the only problem is that 1/4 of that page is dedicated to Blu-ray. Yes, a person can easily acquire and view high-def content via that medium but what about HD DVD? Circuit City does have more HD DVD titles then Blu-ray but yet they failed to mention them on this page.
Circuit City's love with Blu-ray doesn't stop there. if you search for 'HD-DVD
' or "HD DVD
" on their home page you get sent to general product categories where if you search for Blu-ray
, you get an info page
comparing them. The part for Blu-ray clearly indicates more points for that format and our favorite is the one that indicates that Blu-ray has drives for computers already. Do that search for HD DVD again but add Toshiba too
. Do you see the same Toshiba laptop with HD DVD
as we do? Good. We thought were going crazy here.
So it looks like the Blu-ray Association has Circuit City in their pocket.