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IGS of Japan has released a hard drive-based media player that supports up to 1TB internal drives, and plays back various high-definition video and audio formats. Similar to the MediaGate line, the Rapsody N35 supports DivX and XviD, MPEG-1,2, and 4, and WMV HD at up to 1080 lines of resolution over...

April 25th 2007 at 8:31am 0 Comments
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IGS of Japan has released a hard drive-based media player that supports up to 1TB internal drives, and plays back various high-definition video and audio formats. Similar to the MediaGate line, the Rapsody N35 supports DivX and XviD, MPEG-1,2, and 4, and WMV HD at up to 1080 lines of resolution over...

April 25th 2007 at 8:31am 0 Comments
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So it seems everyone and their brother can have a video download store now and apparently Comcast's is going to feature WMV HD files. That's what we are hearing at least and well, we hope these rumors come to light. Windows Media High Definition Format, while it does have some downfalls, portrays v...

September 28th 2006 at 11:21am 0 Comments
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I-O Data has recently announced the US release of their popular Japanese HD media player, the AVeL LinkPLayer2. While we've previously discussed the merits of WMV versus DiVX for high-definition, this player bridges that gap nicely. Boasting both WMV– and DiVX–HD, MPEG2–TS for tho...

July 12th 2006 at 12:46pm 0 Comments
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 I must applaud the gentlemen at mariposaHD. These innovators no, pioneers, nay, heroes are (I think) the first people to produce a show in high definition for distribution over the Internet. It must be a rough life videotaping young women frolicking in South America, and I for one salute them...

December 10th 2005 at 2:01pm 0 Comments
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It's official. I'm boycotting all things not high def. E3 was the start, and last weekend's Tokyo Game Show sealed it. The high definition gaming era is upon us, and I'm not squinting at low resolution photos and postage-stamp sized movie trailers anymore. I'm going to play it in high definition, w...

September 19th 2005 at 6:43pm 0 Comments