DVD or Blu-Ray ?

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Not too terribly long ago, home video format converted from VHS tapes to DVDs and many consumers found the change difficult to acclimate to. It seems as if as soon as we were familiar with DVDs a new home video technology was introduced. With the recent addition of Blu-ray disks to the mix, countless consumers are finding themselves confused and inexperienced with the different video technologies. Though DVDs and Blu-rays share several similarities, they also possess their own individual pros and cons. A Blu-ray disk is the exact same size as a DVD. When holding the two disks side by side, it would be impossible to differentiate between them. Although relatively new, Blu-ray is currently supported by about 200 of the world's leading consumer electronics, including Apple, Dell, Hitachi, HP, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Pioneer, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, TDK and Thomson, along with recording media, video game and music companies. The most prominent difference between DVD and Blu-ray is their available storage space. According to the Blu-ray Disk Association, a Blu-ray is an...

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