Adidas ace 17.3 turf i will stick to HDDVD. Blu Ray offers more space but at what price?
With HDDVD being cheaper to manufacture as current factories don’t have to make any massive changes to the current manufacturing methods. Blu Ray involves a whole new system. This means HDDVDs will be significantly cheaper. And at the way things are at presnt with DVDs being expensive I really amn’t arsed about a 40% incease in quality or speacial features. HdDVD will also be out first by a couple of months.
Would you prefer quality or value. While for me I would like to say quality I am a student and have limited income and would rather 10 HDDVDs as opposed to 6 Blu Ray movies(Price differential).
Another factor is the game industry. I personally think they will decide on which user base is bigger. But since I have seen no game take up more than 1DVD of data haveing the equivalent of 6 DVDs is enough and having 10 DVDs is overkill for at least 2 years anyway.
I just got a DVD burner, and that was just cause games started coming only in DVD, that and backing up to 4 cds is a pain. By the time i will need to go to something like that the newer uber stuff will be out. I liked how i played the dvd, waited till i got a lite on dvd dual layer burner for $30.
isn’t the add on an external drive though for the 360? I have never played with a 360 myself or even had 1 in my hands but I couldn’t imagine that it would have all the same capabilities as a dvd player as far as connections and sound and such. If your gonna go that far and spend that much money on extra’s in a 360 you mine as well build a HTPC and have way more options. just my opinion though. The only advantage consoles had over pc’s was the price for the system verses a pc but with all the added features and extra’s people are adding onto them I don’t see the point. I am not adidas ace 17.3 turf trying to start another console verses pc thread though even though we haven’t had 1 in awhile
addon for the 360 I’ve seen on sale for under $200. And the LG combo player that does both BluRay HDDVD is a BluRay player which can playback HDDVDs via emulation. that means you can watch the movies in all their 1080p glory but can’t access any of the special features on the discs or the menu system. its a hack,LG has confirmed that the BH100 also lacks the ability to access the HDi interactive layer found on some HD DVD discs, meaning that their advanced interactive features, like pictureinpicture commentaries and bookmark sharing, won’t be available. LG also said that it could not add HDi via a firmware upgrade,
When I move into my new house June 22nd, sometime soon after I get settled in, I will get my media center setup. For adidas ace 17.3 turf my media player, I was looking at LG’s player which plays both HDDVD BlueRay. The price has crept down from its release. Expensive yes, but when your screen is a Sharp Aquos 52, you wouldn’t want to do adidas ace 17.3 turf it an injustice. When I get everything setup I’ll be sure to let you know how everything works.
HDDVD is the better tech but BluRay is winning so far. Possibly has a lot to do with Sony PS3.
Yep, there will always be players that will play both formats (just look at SACD and DVDA), but you Nike Hypervenom 3 don really want to be buying both types of media, esp the one that going to die.
The players are still a little pricey but not too bad but the media is extortionate! Will be waiting a long time till i move on from DVD, though i don even have a HD TV yet anyway. never an early adopter, I not rich enough 😛 adidas ace 17.3 turf.