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|12th January 2009, 02:29||#1|
CES: Future of Blu-ray optimistic, analysts say
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) each year has a handful of different technologies that stand out to attendees, and Blu-ray has been one of those technologies for two years now. The struggling format has had an up and down battle since becoming the lone HD format in early 2008.
I've written about Blu-ray struggling numerous times, but a quick tour of the show floor during CES shows numerous companies that have heavy financial investments in the technology. Sony, Panasonic, Visio, Pioneer and others have introduced new products during the show, and willl continue to rely on the format to generate sales.
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