Universal's Kornblau Wants Format War to Continue

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HD DVD players are currently as cheap as £200 (actually spotted for less than 150).

There comes a price where, even if there are no HD DVD exclusives, it's worth buying a HD DVD player.

It's approaching Christmas 2008, and you have a HD Ready TV, and let's say you can get a HD DVD player for £49 from Tesco. Let's say BD players are still £300.

Never going to happen, Sony will track the Sony BDP-S300 as low as it needs to go.

Why wouldn't you buy a HD DVD player as your next DVD player?

Because I stopped buying DVD's along time ago.

Why wouldn't you buy the odd film in high def?

Let's presume by this time WB has caught up with HD-DVD and I've lost all sense of reasoning, then the bare truth is Uiversal would have to com out with a realy good film, which they just don't do lately, IMO.
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