Seven of the eight major movie studios have announced that they will release movies in the Blu-ray Disc format as soon as hardware becomes available. The movies will feature high definition video and audio as well as advanced interactive features. Compared to standard definition (SD), which is the resolution used in today's TVs and DVDs, high definition (HD) offers five times the amount of detail. A standard TV uses either NTSC which is 480i (640×480) or PAL/SECAM which is 576i (768×576). The "i" stands for interlaced, which means that only half of the lines are updated for each frame alternating between the odd and even lines. Blu-ray movies will be in 1080p (1920×1080), which is the highest of the HD resolutions. The "p" stands for progressive, which means that every line and pixel will be updated for each frame.
, me parecio leer en un post anterior que sabias ingles asi que no creo que sea un problema entenderlo
En cuanto a la eleccion, yo la verdad prefiero el mas grande, pero realmente no me lei todas las especificaciones asi que, tal vez el mas pequenio tiene algun beneficio respecto al otro...