This Harry Potter Blu-Ray Set Requires A HD-DVD Player

This Harry Potter Blu-Ray Set Requires A HD-DVD Player

Best Buy is still selling a defective Harry Potter Blu-Ray set that contains a HD-DVD version of the Goblet of Fire. The bumbled bundles were first discovered in 2007, but reader Bill found one sitting on a Best Buy shelf in Grand Junction, CO.

Where Things Stand In The Hi-Def DVD Format War

Where Things Stand In The Hi-Def DVD Format War

After Time Warner Inc.’s announcement today that they’ve chosen to support Blu-ray exclusively, here’s the current breakdown of studio support for each format—and things aren’t looking good for HD DVD.

http://consumerist.com/2007/10/24/theres-still-no-decisive/

There’s still no decisive victory in the high-def format wars, but here are the current standings: Sony’s Blu-ray outsold HD-DVD in the U.S. by a 2-to-1 margin for the first 3 quarters of 2007, but analysts say the trend could reverse in these last few months due to high-profile titles (like “Transformers”) being released in high-def exclusively on HD-DVD. The verdict? It’s still either format’s game. [Reuters]

Now Is A Good Time To Stay Out Of The HD DVD/Blu-ray War

Now Is A Good Time To Stay Out Of The HD DVD/Blu-ray War

Those of you with PS3s notwithstanding, there has never been a better time to stay out of the format war between HD DVD and Blu-ray.