At CES 2007, LG showcased “a combo player that could make the high-def format war obsolete.” What are your thoughts? Interview after the jump.

Well, the combo player fully supports Blu-ray’s interactivity, BD-J, but the BH100 seems to have forgotten all about HD DVD’s interactive features, iHD. That’s right, none of it – no PIP, next-gen menus, user bookmarks, HD DVD downloads/updates – nothing that will “WOW” the average Joe. However, when our friend Joe pops in a Blu-ray disc, the menu pops with excitement and is accompanied with, well, PIP, downloads/updates for instance

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At CES 2007, LG showcased “a combo player that could make the high-def format war obsolete.” What are your thoughts? Interview after the jump.

Well, the combo player fully supports Blu-ray’s interactivity, BD-J, but the BH100 seems to have forgotten all about HD DVD’s interactive features, iHD. That’s right, none of it – no PIP, next-gen menus, user bookmarks, HD DVD downloads/updates – nothing that will “WOW” the average Joe. However, when our friend Joe pops in a Blu-ray disc, the menu pops with excitement and is accompanied with, well, PIP, downloads/updates for instance

[via engadgetHD]