Cats eye part 1 Desperation is a stinky cologne

Cats eye part 1

Desperation is a stinky cologne. sorry, couldnt resist ; Hey Im all for cashing in on desperation. Toshiba knows they cant outdo the marketing muscle of the BDA. They best thing they can do is set a price point that is attractive and wait for the component costs to come down and pull them out of the red. EETimes, iSuppli, tear down a Toshiba HD-DVD reader?articleID189600999 It turns out that it actually costs 674 in materials, so the fact that Sony will be losing money on cats eye part 1 PS3 seems to be a moot point: Toshiba is losing over 200 per unit. Desperation is a stinky cologne. sorry, couldnt resist ; In any case, I cant say I share the same outlook as the individual at the end of the article. I just dont see how one company Toshiba, with one player or two if you want to include the 799 model, still wondering what that increase in price gives you, will be able to compete with 6 companies Sony, Samsung, Pioneer, Philips, Panasonic, and Sharp with 7 players-one from each the PS Time will tell though, thats for sure. The holidays will be an interesting time indeed! As I thought before, looks like Samsung going with a Universal player will be a last newsId3746 23 June 2006 Pocket-lint has an update to yesterdays story about Samsung possibly bringing out a dual-format Blu-ray and High Definition optical drive. Samsung has released a statement that reads: Samsung Electronics is fully committed to the Blu-ray format and currently only has plans to introduce a Blu-ray player to the market. Samsung is looking forward to a very successful launch of the BD-P1000 which will be available on retail shelves June 25th for a 999 MAP price in the United States. A report on DigitalWorld Tokyo had cited a Samsung manager confirming that Samsung has plans to bring out a dual-format player. He was quoted as saying: We dont have a plan to make an HD-DVD-only player but are considering a universal player. We are preparing HD-DVD now and if we launch a universal player it will be the end of this year or early next year. Samsung need to worry about producing ANY sort of player that doesnt have some sort of issue. Even their DVD players have had a variety of problems that have never been resolved. Samsung youve done well but youre not Sony yet. Marzetta7 if its true that we are still in the early adoption phase then it matters little that their are 7 BD players and 3 HD DVD. Clearly there isnt really enough differentiation between cats eye part 1 players yet to make the choice anything more personal than tapping into an aethetic preference for casing. Looking forware to 2nd generation stuff but glad that both formats are shipping now. HD movies and lower cost front projection equals total bliss. Ive been lurking about on this thread out of idle curiosity for quite some time. I saw this article today: I dont agree completely with each point; however, the fact is that-personally-I am not convinced that there is any mass-market need for any of this unless the studios basically say, if you want to buy our great movie TITLE, you have to buy it in a HD format. I am beginning to hope that both formats die miserably. In a perfect world, we wouldnt even need those stupid plastic discs for content; although, it is very, very difficult to beat the bandwidth of FedEx. Ill stay out of the HD evolution for a couple of more years my tv has worked for over 15, and for as much as I use it, it is fine. Nobody likes false starts. With the debut of HD DVD at an underwhelming Toshiba to release a player that didnt support true HD at 1080p even though the software does, and with no lossless audio Holy smokes did this guy get ANYTHING right in this first point? Funny there are so few TVs that offer 1080p inputs and even fewer that offer a 1:1 pixel map for 1080p others use wobulation to share mirrors thus I dont really get why hes underwhelmed about 1080i and no disc has shipped with 720p. Its obvious the he doesnt understand the benefits of de-interlacing with Inverse Telecine. Dolby TrueHD 2-channel is MANDATORY which means support is in EVERY player so if its not on the disc its the studios fault. Lets hope the next one is better. Keep in mind DVD launched without Paramount, Disney and others who wanted DIVX to thrive Format Wars Dont Sell Players Yes but they dont necessarily prohibit the success of formats either. Universal DVD Burners are the most recent success of to warring formats. Consumers are pretty adept and weighing the pros and cons of different formats. Theres cats eye part 1 competition.

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