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Sony Begins Selling HD Movies On Its PSN

March 12th, 2010 03:26 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

itwbennett writes “Sony on Tuesday ‘rolled out the ability to buy HD movies from the PlayStation Network,’ writes blogger Peter Smith. Sony claims they’re the first service to offer HD titles to own from all six major movie studios. Smith runs the numbers on ‘standard’ pricing for titles ($19.99 for new releases; $17.99 for older movies), file sizes (ranging from 4 GB for Zombieland to 7.5 GB for 2012), and resolution (720P as far as he can tell).”

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