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Warner Bros has an interesting program that they’ve recently expanded a bit – mail in an old DVD movie along with $US5 to swap it for the newer, Blu-ray version. After mulling it over, I think I like the idea.
HD DVD made dual-sided HD DVD/DVD combo discs in 2006. They even announced a dual-sided HD DVD/Blu-ray disc in January 2007. So why the fuck did it take three more years to make a Blu-ray/DVD combo?
We don’t know what the LED X found on the side of this Asus Blu-ray drive is supposed to symbolise to the people of Earth, but we aren’t ones to argue with pointlessly glowing aesthetics.
Warner Bros is super, super smart about marketing their Blu-ray discs. First they had Christopher Nolan host a community screening for The Dark Knight. Now director Zack Snyder will do the same for Watchmen.