It has emerged that the US retail giant Wal-Mart have brought some two million HD DVD cores, at $50 a piece, assuming they go on sale for $199, or even $299 this hugely undercuts the cheapest HD DVD players and even more so Blu-ray players at the moment.
With 20th Century Fox cutting back it's Blu-ray releases, and European film studios all rallying around HD DVD, with over three times as many HD DVD titles available in Europe compared with Blu-ray, as well as sales figures released 3 days ago in the United States showing standalone HD DVD players have outsold Blu-ray players four to one, will Wal-Mart's move to flood the US market with cheap HD DVD players finally resolve the format war?
Let's hope so.
Comment from: OMA Visitor
HD DVD FTW