Sizemodo: LG BH100 Super Multi Blue Actually Smaller Than Standalones

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How is this possible? How does LG's Blu-ray/HD DVD player end up being smaller than the cheapest HD DVD and Blu-ray player? Apparently by skimping on the HD features, though we don't imagine that'd add any noticible size to the device.

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So if you buy a LG BH100 instead of the Toshiba HD-A1 and the Samsung BD-P1000, you save shelf space at the expense of cash ($1200 vs. $600 + $400).

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More after the jump.

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TickleMeElmo

The real question is, why are the first generation HD players any larger than late-model DVD players?

Answer: so early adopters will have to upgrade a year later, to avoid looking like the welfare family with the VCR the size of a suitcase on top of their TV.