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According to Gizmodo
Happy birthday! 1979-2009.Thirty years. Pretty amazing that it’s been that long since those crazy Dutchmen at Philips spun the technology off of laser discs as part of an optical digital audio disc demo in Eindhoven.
It sure has come a long way from a peice of plastic that would orange peel.. wait, they still do that.
Well it came a long way from back when they called them “indestructable” to almost obsoleted by it’s grand son the blue ray, or hd disk that holds nearly 100 times it’s 700 mb capacity.
Thank you compact disk for creating this wonderfull peice of junk that skips or silences every time I hit a railroad track.
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Looks as if Sony has taken its deep breath and sucked the last stitch of life out of HD platform disks and media. This makes HD players a soon forgotten, obsolete, useless media, much like what happened to Sony years ago with the beta max.
NetFlix went exclusively Blu-ray. Anyone with pre-ordered HD NetFlix will be getting regular dvd’s. Best Buy will exclusively recommend Blu-ray. (Thanks, Andrew McCaskey from Slash Dot Review). If you want more detail on this listen to the episode of 2/11/08
My question is, “If you people see this like I do, then why have you not invested in Sony as I have?” I mean, you guys do realize that Blu-ray is Sony.. Right? Now, is the time to move as much of your stocks over to Sony, because the Goliath of a machine they have for a gaming platform (that is the most convenient form of Blu-ray player). As of right now, it is the one gaming console with the least amount of games. There is just three months before it explodes, ending its typical first quarter with a mess load of games. This, of course, will bring even more people into purchasing Sony’s games & company stock.
Now that huge, high definition televisions are holding down the carpet in your house is about to become a greater resource as the video standards start sliding towards Blu-ray’s quality. Your 52″ HDTV with it’s 1080p resolution is about to become typical and common place, but you do not get there without selling a few million first.
The moment you know it’s way to late, is when Microsoft announces “Yeah, we are releasing a Blu-ray drive for the XBOX 360.”
You do have to realize that every kid is going to want to drop their current console because they want be ‘like the rich kid’ and get the more expensive one. Kids are that way, ‘the rich kid’ always gets the stuff no one can afford and brags to everyone how cool it is. Then when everyone has it, he drops it and gets something more expensive. Well, there is no console more expensive than the Sony Blu-ray. The rich kid and poor kid will soon have the same thing and they can actually play the same game online. Although, online games are free with Sony and you have to pay monthly fees for XBOX Live. Maybe, if the timing is just right, Microsoft will release the 360 Blu-ray with 300 gig hard disk and a more expensive version of XBOX Live to give the rich kids something to run to when all the other kids convert. Of course, that means Microsoft will have to pay Sony for rights to use the Blu-ray format. :-) Do you get what I am saying here?
Watch the dang stock!
Blu-Ray Umd For a Blu-Ray PSP ? Rumor?
Where did that start?
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