Jan 11 2007, 10:15am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
I totally agree with this choice. No other company was able to announce a player that can play Blu-ray and HD DVD discs. This player solves the next generation HD war for the consumer. With this player you can just laugh at the Sony camp and Toshiba camp tell you why their format is better and wins. Who cares, we just want to watch movies in 1080p on large HDTVs.
More about the CES Best in Show winners on CNET.
CNET has some first hand demo details on the BH100 from the press-conference.
More details about the LG BH100 Super Multi Blue Player can be found in our initial coverage.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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