"VidaBox LLC", a company reknowned for innovative media center PCs have just announced the world's first combined Dual HD-DVD *and* Blu-Ray media center systems. No problems with varying formats here! The Dual HD "LUX" and "MAX" systems also feature HDCP-compliant outputs, dual analog / HDTV tuners and much more.
For full details, have a read of the supporting press release on VidaBox's website.
"The Dual HD LUX & MAX systems are perfect for those who can appreciate convenience, high-fidelity audio, and high-quality video performance in a single, easy-to-use package," says Steven Cheung, co-founder of VidaBox. "High definition is the new video standard, and many customers want the ability to play both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD discs. Combining that ability with the attractive, rich feature set of media center allows everyone to conveniently use the VidaBox as the center of all their digital entertainment needs. There's no need to buy two separate high definition disc players, nor is there a need to use a PVR/TiVo®, stereo, DVD player, etc. when everything - TV, movies, music, pictures, and more - can be easily accessed from a single remote at the touch of a button."
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