DVDPlay Offers Blu-ray in Grocery Store Kiosks

Posted by Dave Cowl on May 29, 2008 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Format War, Rental

I am sure a number of you have seen the DVDPlay machines in your local grocery store, renting DVDs for $1.50. This short and to the point article reports that DVDPlay will be adding Blu-ray to the kiosks, with no pricing differential – first titles from Sony being Untraceable and Men in Black.

Being a fan of fresh food I find myself at the Safeway every other day or so, making it a convenient place to rent movies for me – the addition of Blu-ray Discs might mean that I actually do!

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