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Tuesday, August 30, 2011


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a half ago and today Vudu has become a legitimate player in the online video market, surpassing both Amazon and the Sony PlayStation Store in the latest rankings.


I have tried almost every streaming service you can think of and would say the 1080p from Vudu is the best. I don't know what it is, but it just seems crisper and cleaner looking than any other 1080p source. I've been told over-the-air digital 720p is better looking than the locals your cable company pumps to you because of compression... maybe it is something along those lines.

CinemaNow (Roxio/Best Buy product) streams 1080p at 1$ cheaper than Vudu, but it doesn't seem to look as good and is totally unreliable. I received a 100$ Cinema Now gift card with the purchase of my LG Smart TV and I have yet to buy a movie that didn't have issues (Freezing, stuttering, etc). I've had no issues with Vudu, as a matter of fact Brooklyn Decker in Just Go With It via 1080p Vudu is probably the most glorious thing my TV has ever shown.

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