Entertainment &Hardware &Video Rental Steven Kippel on 12 Nov 2008

VUDU grows their HD library

VUDU grows their HD library

VUDU logoVUDU has announced they now have the largest collection of HD content available to consumers with over 1,100 titles. They managed this rather quickly, having added 150 titles per week throughout the month of October.

VUDU sells a set-top box, much like AppleTV, which connects to the internet and streams video to your TV. Video is either rented for a 24 hour period, or purchased for storage on the box. They have two options for high-def: a instant-start HD format and their new HDX format, which is encoded at 1080p/24fps.

VUDU player

The box sells for $299, and if you buy it at Best Buy you receive $200 in video purchases free.

One Response to “VUDU grows their HD library”

  1. on 11 Feb 2009 at 10:18 AM 1.Vudu cuts player prices » Blu-ray, HDTV, DVD info at WesleyTech.com said …

    […] is maneuvering to take over in 2009. Along with expanding their movie collection, they’ve now cut their player price a whole 50%! On February 10, Vudu announced their […]

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