Redbox Goes Blu

Posted by Mehar Gill on November 17, 2008 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Format War, Rental

Redbox, the company best know for red boxes (excuse the irony) rental kiosk which are found in various grocery stores and restaurants is now “officially” supporting Blu-ray. This coming after the “retailer” made space for Blu-ray on their official website.

The company’s pricing model is $1/24h, should we assume a similar pricing model for Blu-ray? Would you pay $2 for one day rental?

Have Blu-ray movies been showing up in your local Red Box?

[Via Engadget HD]

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