Posted Wed Dec 21, 2011 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
The much loved HD streaming service is becoming a standard on connected devices.
Vudu was hailed from early on by people that aren't willing to settle for lower video and audio quality as a tradeoff for digital delivery. The service took a while to grow to the point that it's at now, but Vudu is becoming ubiquitous on streaming devices.
The latest to add the service are WD TV Live set-top boxes and the Xbox 360. On both systems you'll find 1080p video quality, 7.1 channel audio and HDX streaming. To get you to try out the service, Vudu is giving a $4.99 credit to every new customer so they can try out the service.
Additionally, Vudu is running a large amount of Christmas specials, including a few 99 cent rentals, discounts on holiday themed movies, and the early availability of 'Moneyball' and 'Abduction.'
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