Blu-ray players grab 93 percent of market after Warner went Blu

Ben Drawbaugh
B. Drawbaugh|01.22.08

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Blu-ray players grab 93 percent of market after Warner went Blu image
Blu-ray players grab 93 percent of market after Warner went Blu image
HD DVD and Blu-ray players sales pie charts
According to the latest NPD group report, during the month of December Blu-ray players held 60 percent of the HD media player market -- despite the fact that HD DVD players were considerably cheaper. While that might've helped Warner in its decision to go Blu, the move has definitely had a dramatic effect on player sales since. According to the same study the week after the announcement, Blu-ray players were able to grab 93 percent of the market, which puts the year to date (short, we know) share for Blu-ray players at 70 percent. Granted, it's hard to put too much stock in just a week or two of data, but if this and the recent media sales numbers (85 percent) becomes a trend, maybe this won't be such a slow death for HD DVD after all.

[Via Blu-ray.com]
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