Blu-ray Technology: Help!
So you’re technology-handicapped and have no idea what Blu-ray technology is. Don’t worry! You’re not alone. In short, Blu-ray discs are like DVDs except they can store lots more information, as in five times more information (9 hours of high-definition video.) Neat, right? Now that you know what Blue-ray means, here are some recommendations of Blu-ray products.
I already have a DVD player. Why do I need a Blu-ray player?
Since televisions are evolving and we now have HDTV (high-definition) televisions, we need DVD players that can provide more details too! Otherwise, that dinosaur DVD player sucks up all the details and your new HDTV looks like any other ordinary television screen. That’s why Blu-ray DiscTM (BD) technology exists — for your viewing pleasure!
Check out the sleek and slender Samsung BD-P1000 – Blu Ray 1080P DVD Player. This pretty player is compatible for all your Blu-Ray DVDs, and comes equipped with the highest definition playback in the world.
Help! I already have a computer and I want to upgrade to a Blu-ray compatible drive!
Don’t worry. You don’t have to buy an entirely new computer. Sometimes, you can simply replace your old DVD drive with a Blu-ray-friendly player. Check out the Plextor DVD Blu-Ray R/RW/DL/RAM IDE BD2X+8X4X4X-8X6X64X. Don’t let the slick name fool you. In short, the name means it’s a substitute player for your computer.
Load up on the accessories
Now that you have your Blu-ray player, you’ll need the cables. Pick up some HDMI to HDMI Cables, complete with 24 K Gold-plated connector plugs for the best quality, sound, and picture. Remember: without good connector cables, that Blu-ray technology can’t be enjoyed on your big screen.
The future of Blu-ray
There is new, exciting Blu-ray technology emerging on the marketplace every day, so ditch your old DVD player and upgrade to a Blu-ray compatible one right now! New movie releases are consistently being released on Blu-ray instead of HD (high-definition.) The latest example of this is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, so if you like watching your ass-kicking turtles in high-quality, you better get a DVD player that can handle the newest and best technology! And it’s not just new movies that are making the switch to Blu-ray. Warner Brothers has just revealed plans to release Blu-ray updates of its classic films, like Bonnie and Clyde, Blade Runner, Cool Hand Luke, and the Dirty Harry series. Even Dirty Harry is joining the Blu-ray craze. Why aren’t you?