It simply wouldn't do to ship a $25,000 everything-included box with an HD DVD drive after the format has been pronounced dead, leading SE2 Labs to swap out the HD DVD drive originally planned for the ITC One with Blu-ray. Apparently $25k isn't enough to buy an update to the website, which still lists HD DVD (or a Nintendo Wii) as the secondary drive option, but we're sure it'll all be sorted out by the time this 100 pound-plus integrated chassis (DVR, Xbox 360, Media Center and of course -- an iPod dock) has been delivered and hooked up to your HDTV.

[Via CNET; warning .doc read link]

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