It is said that HDX video has long been a trademark for the Vudu service for some time already, especially when it rolled out streaming and Vudu-to-go downloads for PCs last year which were limited to standard definition. Good to know that progress has been thrown into the mix recently, where the service will now deliver not only 720p HDX video, but 1080p HDX video as well over the web. Your eyes might make that jig of joy, but what you see on the PC does not mean that your ears will rejoice equally since it appears to be limited to stereo audio at the moment, and for folks who have already run some tests on it, they realized that they could not access the Flash streams on a phone or tablet.

All you need to do if you are interested is this, just log into the website and give it a go. Have you already given it a go, and how do you find it so far? Do bear in mind that you would need a decent Internet speed at the very minimum in order to enjoy Full HD video on Vudu, in addition to an HDCP-compliant display, of course.

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