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Thursday, October 19, 2006
First Dual HD-DVD And Blu-Ray Media Center


VidaBox LLC announced today the world?s first dual HD-DVD & Blu-Ray Media Center lines. The Dual HD upgrade allows the rack-mountable, premium LUX and MAX systems to play both high definition disc formats.

In addition to being able to play both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD discs at their native 1080p high-definition resolution, the new LUX and MAX Dual HD systems also feature HDCP-compliant outputs for high-quality video, dual analog & dual HDTV tuners to record up to four TV shows at once, up to AMD 4600+ dual core processors with 8GB of RAM and a 7950GT video card for maximum speed & power, and up to 3,000GB and 3,750 GB of VidaSafe-protected storage on the MAX and LUX, respectively.



"We?re delighted to be the first manufacturer to offer both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD on one system," says Steven Cheung, co-founder of VidaBox. "There?s still no clear winner in the high definition format war, but by having a LUX or MAX, you?re guaranteed to be a winner by being able to play either format, regardless of which one becomes the standard in the future."

For additional information visit http://www.vidabox.com.


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