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Hd Nvd

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Hd Nvd

HD NVD Is a Chinese High definition standard created to compete with Blu-ray discs. The standard uses a red laser like the one used in DVD and CD players whereas Blu-ray uses a blue laser. This standard allows the Chinese companies to avoid paying royalties to foreign companies for the manufacture of Blu-ray products.


  • Lawler, Richard (February 2, 2009). "HD NVD is China's home grown answer to Blu-ray, but does it have a chance?".  
  • "China's proprietary red-ray NVD makes its debut". People's Daily Online. January 23, 2009. 
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