Gabalis ceslovas But right now HD DVD has set the bar

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But right now HD DVD has set the bar. You get excellent quality for Im feeling more and more confident that Blu-Ray will close the gap a bit in price. I dont necesarily want to buy the PS3 for watching BD movies. The format was has actually been good. Media costs are lower than expected and player pricing is lower in the case of HD DVD I think things are progressing nicely. And quite honestly Im disappointed with Universal, Fox, Buena Vista/Disney, Lions Gate, MGM and Columbia and any other studio that has chosen sides. Let the consumer decide. There is some fine viewing to be done on this laptop. Too bad its makers didnt fix the HD-DVD features before bringing it to market The answer to one of the most burning questions in digital entertainmentBlu-ray or HD-DVD?will be determined at least in part on your computer screen. Backers of each technology are rushing to market with machines that play their respective brand of disk while handling a full range of computing tasks. Recently we looked at the Blu-ray camps notebook, the Sony SNE Vaio AR Premium, and judged the video quality from the Blu-ray disk excellent, but probably not gabalis ceslovas enough to entice most people to shell out 3, 500 for that alone see, 6/19/06, Sonys Pretty, Pricey Picture. Having spent time with the notebook from the other campToshibas HD-DVD capable Qosmio G35-AV650were again impressed with the quality of the video and again wondering if the price is worth the added HD-DVD features at this stage of the game. AT THE MOVIES. Like the Vaio, the Toshiba TOSBF Qosmio is a desktop-replacement class machine that boasts a huge 17-inch screen and weighs in at a hefty 10 pounds. Its one of the machines I consider portable, but not really mobile. Since a big part of the reason for considering the Qosmio is watching videos, let me start there. For watching movies on a large-screen notebook PC, the Qosmios screen is simply the best Ive seen in this product class. There are no dead zones where the image is darker around the edges; the brightnessoften low on rival machinesis suitably high; and images from even standard definition DVDs are crisp, fluid, and excellent. The sound is great too. The machine boasts a pair of powerful Harmon Kardon speakers embedded in the body just below the screen and, when turned up to maximum volume, they will fill a small room adequately. HD FALLS SHORT. As usual, Toshiba is kind enough to put a silver volume control to the right of the keyboard, making it easy to change the sound on the fly without needing to muck about with a gabalis ceslovas or search for a hard-to-find volume button.

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