Originally Posted by Kosty
since you asked....
At first it was claimed the PS3 would not have an effect on Blu-ray because it was game console. Now it seems the same folks think all PS3's should be counted as a BD player.
For HD-DVD fans: To you, is the PS3 a game console or a BD player?
How smart does one have to be to know: For some the PS3 is a game console, for others it is a BD player, and for some it is a combo of both.
And for something that really counts:
A number of home entertainment studios have joined forces to jointly promote the Blu-ray high definition disc format in the UK.
Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Lions Gate Home Entertainment, Paramount Home Entertainment, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and Warner Brothers Home Entertainment, have pledged to work together in recognition that by uniting, they have a better chance of getting the message across that Blu-ray should be the HD disc format of choice.
Almost forgot which do you consider the best:
HD Attach Rate = 8.3 (8.3 x 170,000) = 1,411,000 Total Disc Sold
BD Attach Rate = 4.2 (4.2 x 700,000) = 2,940,000 Total Disc Sold
IMO, Attach Rate means 0. It is nothing more than spin. If you believe otherwise, then show me where it was used for CD's or DVD's or LP's or LV's or ........