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Infinite Choices.

Discussion in 'Service - DIRECTV On Demand CE Versions' started by MrKlaatu, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. MrKlaatu

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    So says the new DOD page. Umm... "Desert City" and "Spirit of Japan" seems a li'l shy of infinite.
     
  2. JDubbs413

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    LOL
     
  3. Ken S

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    Perhaps the "In" at the beginning of the word is just a typo...this is a testing phase!
     
  4. Jeremy W

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    It never said infinite HD choices.
     
  5. MrKlaatu

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    Either way. "Infinite" seems like an overstatement.
     
  6. Mixer

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    Even in the CE phase there are already 45 channels of active content with more added every few days. I'd say that by the time the product rolls out in a NR it will be as close to Infinite as one can get.

    So much HD to watch att the moment especially my fall lineup that DoD outside of testing it will not be a factor eofr me until December when the shows are on break.
     
  7. Stuart Sweet

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    It's a "little" bit of hyperbole, but given the amount of content the choices, including what to watch and when, would be pretty much incalculable. "Incalculable Choices" just doesn't have the same ring.
     
  8. Ken S

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    All in all there's less content than in one aisle o a video store. But it's beta I wouldn't expect everything out there yet.

    Better they should be working on fixing the interface which makes browsing the content they do have so slow and difficult.
     
  9. MrKlaatu

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    I just hate when language is misused like that. "Literally" gets it all the time.
     
  10. Jon D

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    It's not even out of beta yet. Give it a minute..
     
  11. LoopinFool

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    Basically, you're right. ;)
     
  12. Stuart Sweet

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    'Literally' is better than 'Irrespective'. That one kills me.
     

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