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Old 02-21-2008, 07:09 PM
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Arrow LG not dropping HD DVD just yet



LG one of the biggest electronic manufacturer worldwide react to the recent news regarding the death of HD DVD and announced that they will still support the dead format of HD DVD for a little while.

While the other Korean tech giant, Samsung announced it's plans to completely drop HD DVD and only focus to Blu-Ray technology, LG announced that many of its upcoming HD players will have the ability to play along with Blu-Ray the HD DVD format as well. With that move LG aims to early adopter of the HD DVD format which they will now need to get a new Blu-Ray Player for High Definition experience; so why not get one that can play HD DVD movies they already have as well?

Smart move from LG but after that HD DVD disaster plus all the money you "burn" in worthless HD DVD products, do you really need a new player reminding you of that situation?


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