First sighting of super-cheap Chinese HD DVD player

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The first of the anticipated super-cheap Chinese HD DVD players is expected to debut under the Venturer Electronics brand this Christmas. The Canadian company has a manufacturing operation in China and has announced that it will introduce “one of the lowest priced entry-level HD DVD players.” Speculation is rife that the machine could sell for [...]


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All this machine requires now is for the likes of Tesco to pick it up and we can all bid BD bye bye


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I thought blue would be better because the disks hold a lot more. There is more space for additional content or more sd-dvd movies.

Like 10 Star Trek movies on 1 disk.

Dont blueray hold 50GB and hd-dvd hold 30GB ?

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