Vudu has just announced that their 1080p video streaming service is available over the Web, allowing users to enjoy a cinema-like experience straight from their browsers as well as Vudu To Go, making it the first-of-its-kind service that is available in today’s market. Touted to be the first streaming service to use a Web browser to deliver HDX, which is the highest-quality content available from any Internet, broadcast or satellite on-demand service, your eyes will definitely be clamoring for a better quality monitor if you haven’t made an upgrade to your monitor for years. HDX is a groundbreaking video format that is capable of offering stunning 1080p HD True Digital video, where it complements HDX streaming also over Vudu-enabled HDTVs, the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Blu-ray players and streaming media devices including (but not limited to) Roku and Boxee.
One of Vudu’s strengths would be it having the world’s largest selection of HD movies, where among these include thousands of blockbusters, Hollywood classics and indie films. All movies are available the same day they are released on DVD or Blu-ray, so you know for sure there is no need to play the waiting game longer than normal, and you can rent or purchase these movies without the need for a subscription. Are you looking forward to enjoy this new service from Vudu?
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