A 65" 1080p HDTV for Under $1000! Stuff 300 Hours of HD In Your DVR: Upgrade the Hard Drive! Our Top 5 Movies in HD on Netflix, Can you play Blu-ray disks on OS X machines? The Blu-ray Releases For The Week of October 20th, 2009.
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Select Amazon HDTVs can now play Amazon Video on Demand… good news for folks that love streaming video.
The Plasma Display Coalition has a bone to pick with the California Energy Commision claims that Plasma HDTVs are major energy hogs… watch the show to find out what they say the CEC has wrong, and why they think old school CRTs should be the CECs target!
We can't wait to get one in for testing… WD TV Live brings an Ethernet jack (and, thus, streaming video) to WD's excellent, and formerly playback from hard drive only, set top video box.
We know a lot of you love Netflix Instant Viewing… our own Roger Chang has his picks of the Top Five HD Movies on Netflix Instant Viewing that you can stream to your player… then Roger and Robert discuss the quality compared to HD on Blu-ray.
The new Blu-ray releases for October 20th, 2009 include Blood: The Last Vampire, The Crew, Easy Rider, Monsoon Wedding (More Criterion Collection!), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, UFC 100 and... Waterworld!
If you've got the stock hard drive in your DVR, chances are after a season of your favorite show and a few movies... you're out of space. Or you might have noticed that, say, fifty episodes of blues clues take sup about the same amount of space as two movies. Want to store 300 hours of HD video in your DVR? Watch the video to find out how Robert and Patrick have maxed out the storage no TiVo and a DirecTV HD DVR -without- having to open the case!
Want to save the contents that are already inside your DVR, or want the upgrade down for you? The fine folks at weaKnees.com will take care of you!
Leif's wondering why we don't talk about rear projection DLP screens very often… he scored a 65" 1080p Mitsubishi HDTV for under $1000 and loves it. We talk about DLP rear projectors, and the last company standing, Mitsubishi!
Brendan has a 24" iMac in his dorm room, along with his collection of Blu-ray disks, but left the PS3 at home. Is there any way to play Blu-ray movies on Apple's OS X "without using Bootcamp or any other weird thing?" We've got the scoop on Blu-ray playback for Apple fans.