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    Apple calls them “high-definition movie rentals,” but to people familiar with Blockbuster Video, Netflix, and HD cable box alternatives, Apple TV 2.0’s new ability to download and play back certain 720p movies is more of a “video on demand” service—with certain advantages and limitations. So how do Apple’s HD movie downloads compare with DVDs, Blu-Ray Discs, and currently available HD video on demand content? We did a direct comparison to help you see the differences.
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    Great link. Thanks!

    As my TV is basically a "720p" output device due to its resolution of 1366x768 (or something very close to that), a BlueRay player is worthless.

    Glad I already bought an AppleTV.
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