Originally Posted by DaViD Boulet
Well, what's good for the goose is good for the gander:
The HD DVD group counted the 360 HD DVD add-on to get that 750,000 "stand alone" figure. If the 360 game-console HD DVD add-on suddenly counts as a "stand alone" unit for the HD DVD group (which seems a rather specious re-definition on their part), why can't I include the PS3, which by definition does provide "stand alone" BD playback (needing no additional hardware), as well?
Ok if you count the addon it was around 11 to 1 in hardware sales for November.
I wasn't counting them and most people don't. Microsoft does because they argue it is only for HD DVD playback and it does have a better attachment rate than the PS3 when it is used as a BD player.
450,000 stand alones are out there in HD DVD and only 300,000 BD players.
I still think it's funny you point to that article by the Digital Bits like he did anything but pull numbers like the 1.9M PS3s just because it justified his arguement, even when he was off by was 4M units?