HD Nation covers the week in High-Definition news, reviews, tips and tricks. Hosts Patrick Norton and Robert Heron will quench the thirst for stunning visuals and the ultimate surround sound by providing everything from reviews of the latest in home theater equipment, the best new Blu-Ray titles... Read More
HBO Shows are coming to the PS3... a year late. What is "motion resolution"? Can I get a region-free Blu-ray player? Top 5 films we WISH were on Blu-ray, and the Blu-ray releases for June 1st, 2010.
Roundtable Concepts announces its Official Street Fighter IV HDTVs that not only have your favorite character embellished in the frame, but also displays the Street Fighter image for eight seconds when you power it on. BillShrink will help you find the best deal on cable service, taking into account your location and channel preferences. HBO is making a deal with Sony to bring their shows directly to the PS3... but don't cancel your cable just yet: there will be an 11-month delay on new episodes. Sprint's HTC EVO 4G has an HDMI port, but PCMag discovered that you won't be able to use it for games, presentations, or your phone's screen itself: it's only useful for videos and slideshows. Could this change with a software update? Watch the video for all the details on these stories and more!
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Blu-ray is becoming ubiquitous, but there are still plenty of films we're still waiting to be released in HD. Patrick can think of dozens... everything from Citizen Kane to The Big Lebowski to Titanic to Schindler's List . Watch the video to hear the rest of their picks.
Blu-ray releases for this week include The Wolfman, Alice in Wonderland, Life (narrated by David Attenborough), two Clint Eastwood box sets: Essential Eastwood: Director's Collection, and Clint Eastwood Collection... and many more! Watch the video for the full list.
With more than 12 million members, Netflix is the world's largest subscription service streaming movies and TV episodes over the Internet and sending DVDs by mail. For $8.99 a month, Netflix members can instantly watch unlimited TV episodes and movies streamed to their TVs and computers and can receive unlimited DVDs delivered quickly to their homes. With Netflix, there are never any due dates or late fees. Members can select from a growing library of titles that can be watched instantly and a vast array of titles on DVD. Among the large and expanding base of devices that can stream movies and TV episodes from Netflix right to members' TVs are Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PS3 game consoles and, this spring, Nintendo's Wii console. Find movies you love - easily! You can browse, search or see our recommendations for you. They even have a special "back of box" feature that lets you get the detail of any movie instantly. As a Netflix unlimited member you get Blu-ray movies by mail in about 1 business day. Shipping is FREE and there are no late fees or no due dates. Blu-ray plans start at just $5.99 a month! As a new member and a HD Nation viewer, you can get a FREE Trial membership. Go to www.netflix.com/hdnation and sign up NOW! . . Be sure to use this URL so that they know we sent you!
GoogleTV was announced recently, but how is it different from any other set top box or tv interface? Patrick and Robert break it down, helping you make sense of it all. Watch the video to find out if this way of navigating cable and web tv could be the best solution for your home theater.
Living in the UK, viewer Connor wants to watch Blu-ray movies from the USA. Can you buy a region-free Blu-ray player that will play discs from anywhere in the world? Watch the video to find out the answer.
Viewer Glyn is interested in the Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle. Can it be used to capture PS3 gameplay through the HDMI port? Producer Roger Chang thinks not! Watch the video to find out why.
GameFly is the largest online video game rental service and offers you a choice from over 7,000 new and classic titles across all consoles and handhelds. With plans starting at $15.95 a month, GameFly members can rent one to four games at a time and keep them for as long as they like. There are no late fees, no due dates and shipping is always free. Once you're done playing a game, send it back and GameFly will send you the next available game on your list. If you really like the game you're playing, simply click "keep it" on the GameFly website and the game is yours, at a discounted price. GameFly will even mail you the case and manuals free of charge. HD Nation fans get a 2 Week FREE Trial when they go to www.gamefly.com/hdnation Some restrictions apply see site for details.
Some HDTVs will give a "motion picture resolution" spec, but what does that mean? Watch the video to find out if this should impact your next HDTV purchase.
Should I upgrade my 3-yr old HDTV? Viewer Lloyd is wondering the same thing! Watch the video to find out if it's worth buying a new set.
HD Nation 006: XBOX ONE, Game Mode Settings explained, Totoro on Blu-ray, more pricey cable bullstuff!!! http://t.co/1pbbgE1zUn
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@frozensummers @patricknorton They have to live on YouTube for the time being. Hope to have 'em on the RSS feed shortly!
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Have you seen episode 3? Breaking in new HDTVs, DVDO’s Quick6 AVR upgrade, Xbox Blu-ray player, more! http://t.co/lF5btjoLsX …
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RT @RokuPlayer: The new Roku interface is now available on supported players in all regions! Here's how to get it: http://t.co/TGc6Pw1tqq
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@xsiner @patricknorton @robertheron Windows Media Center makes a pretty awesome DVR! (Especially if you can get a CableCARD!)
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Awesome: Mom Photographs Daughter as History's Most Heroic Women: http://t.co/GKrENIFloB