HD technology

  stalion 18:22 24 Nov 05
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Think twice before buying flat panels,tv's etc in the near future because you could be wasting your money most of what we are useing now will be obsolete.As in this article many items have already been sold as compatible with hd but are not.
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  anskyber 18:43 24 Nov 05

Yes it should be "HD Ready" if it is not then the future opportunities for high def will be missed.

  SG Atlantis 20:08 24 Nov 05

I am delaying buying a new telly anyway.

  Jdoki 11:35 25 Nov 05

And in the Xbox360 supporting up to 1080i, but natively 720p, and the Playstation 3 supporting up to 1080p on two screens it's a bloody nightmare picking the right hardware as an 'early adopter'...! :)

  stalion 10:14 26 Nov 05

^^

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