Now that HD-DVD is dead, is it time to get a Blu-Ray player for you home, or for your computer? Find out with the Geeks during a detailed discussion with Robert DeMoulin from Sony Electronics.
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! Robert DeMoulin
Our guest Robert is a Marketing Manager in Branded Storage Product Marketing at Sony Electronics. We will pick his brain on the now standard high definition on DVD, Blu-ray.