Can Your PC Play HD?

July 9th, 2009 |
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It was not long ago that many of us realized video – not the dimly lit jittery homemade variety, but true high quality HD video and television – was moving online. It happened. The sources for HD video are popping up all over the web: Hulu, Disney, Fancast, tv.com, and the networks ABC, CBS and NBC all offer Internet HD video. If you go to NASA’s site be prepared for an HD video experience. And it is not limited to watching. New laptops and desktops are empowering people to do things with rich media they could never do before. Now the question is: is your PC too old to play it?

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