Tuesday, February 19, 2008


It looks like Blu-ray has won out over HD-DVD. Toshiba has announced that it will no longer "develop, make or market HD DVD players and recorders, handing a victory to rival Blu-ray disc technology in the format battle for next-generation video." 'Click here' to read the full article.

Wal-Mart said it will “continue to sell through remaining HD DVD product, but in less than 30 days, customers will see a more predominant move toward Blu-ray in stores, clubs and online.

Netflix, like Wal-Mart, said it will phase out HD DVD titles completely this year. Best Buy stopped short of dropping HD DVD, but beginning in March will merchandise and market Blu-ray as the preferred format.

1 comment:

Matthew said...

I was right!!!! Well, I believe Blu-ray won cause Disney went with Blu-ray, and Disney always wins.