Sony BDP-S1 Blu-ray Disc Player

Sony BDP-S1 Blu-ray Disc Player

In the battle for the next generation DVD format, we're putting our money on Blu-ray. With companies like Sony, Apple, Samsung and Panasonic backing Blu-ray and the whole 25GB vs 15GB thing, there's no way we'd side with HD DVD. At CES in Las Vegas last week, Sony unveiled its first Blu-ray disc player, the BDP-S1 ($TBA). While barely any features are known, the unit will offer 1080p full HD video output and DVD upscaling to 1080p. Look for it, and the first movie titles, around the beginning of summer.

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