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Intel Insider

We also saw Intel introduce Intel Insider, the speculated digital content service in which consumers using a machine with a Sandy Bridge processor would have the ability to stream newly released HD movies. President of Warner Brothers Kevin Tsujihara explained that in the past, production studios (namely, his) hesitated to offer HD content to the PC for fear that it would not be an optimal visual experience. Now with Intel’s new technology, his and other producers will be partnering with the company to offer this service. He also claimed that Sandy Bridge processors will “raise the bar for us” and that in the future, this partnership will grow to include 3D content. Other companies partnering with Intel Insider include Best Buy CinemaNow, Dreamworks, Fox, WB, and Roxio
. And the demo didn’t disappoint: a short clip from the film Inception proved the 1080p HD playback is responsive and streams without any lag or visual disappointments to a TV set
http://www.digitaltrends.com/computi...intel-insider/
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+1 Intel!


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I think i'm personally go with the cautious wait and see approach, and not form a full opinion just yet.
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Drm sucks balls!
I'm so happy that you registered just to say that.
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What is the significance of this? I watch blurays on my tv from a x2 6000+ based rig while feeding the tv an hdmi signal from a 4870's dvi port via an adapter. Sound and picture is A+ on UN46B6500(or maybe it's a UN46B6000, doesn't matter).
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At the risk of dating myself a little, I remember a flap like this when every chip after the Pentium II was going to have a unique identifier that could be tied to the end-user, it was going to be the end of privacy and anonymity on the internet, freedom was being taken away, industry conspiracies everywhere, I'll have a P2 forever, etc, etc..

In the end a whole lot of nothin, just like this DRM issue.

-TG
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What is the significance of this? I watch blurays on my tv from a x2 6000+ based rig while feeding the tv an hdmi signal from a 4870's dvi port via an adapter. Sound and picture is A+ on UN46B6500(or maybe it's a UN46B6000, doesn't matter).
i dont think i understand what your even trying to say....

Reading the article and understanding what they want to use this hardware level control for in the future might help.
    
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What is the significance of this? I watch blurays on my tv from a x2 6000+ based rig while feeding the tv an hdmi signal from a 4870's dvi port via an adapter. Sound and picture is A+ on UN46B6500(or maybe it's a UN46B6000, doesn't matter).
It has nothing to do with your blue ray, video card, or anything to do with your physical media.

What it does do is allow the producer to stream video securely as it is being released in the theater.

The prices are going to be insanely low, for a first run it will be as little as 7 bucks. For out of dvd/blu ray, as little as 25 cents.

The movie producers want to kill off physical media. Have everything available for streaming. If you want a physical copy, then you can go to best buy with your own usb, and down load it from the store for a minimal fee.

Which is the suck part, if you want to get the movie for free, you will have to torrent, or mod your cpu. Starting with this chip and moving forward you are seeing the death of physical media, ie dvd and blueray.

The drm that is on those discs are on your pc with sb. Which means services like netflix will get rid of dvd all together and only go with streaming.

You can have the option to watch sundance film festival from your couch. You can see first day releases as they are released. The price will go down because of this, no it is in the contracts.

If you are happy with netflix, then this means you are going to get a ton more for less. If you are happy with itunes/amazon/bestbuy, movies will get cheaper.

If you want to mindless steal movies from online torrents, you are kind of screwed. But for as little as 8 dollars a month, you can watch new releases, to dvd/bluray. As many as you want, as long as you want.

To be honest, it really does not matter, it is just the beginning of the end for physical discs.
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It has nothing to do with your blue ray, video card, or anything to do with your physical media.

What it does do is allow the producer to stream video securely as it is being released in the theater.

The prices are going to be insanely low, for a first run it will be as little as 7 bucks. For out of dvd/blu ray, as little as 25 cents.

The movie producers want to kill off physical media. Have everything available for streaming. If you want a physical copy, then you can go to best buy with your own usb, and down load it from the store for a minimal fee.

Which is the suck part, if you want to get the movie for free, you will have to torrent, or mod your cpu. Starting with this chip and moving forward you are seeing the death of physical media, ie dvd and blueray.

The drm that is on those discs are on your pc with sb. Which means services like netflix will get rid of dvd all together and only go with streaming.

You can have the option to watch sundance film festival from your couch. You can see first day releases as they are released. The price will go down because of this, no it is in the contracts.

If you are happy with netflix, then this means you are going to get a ton more for less. If you are happy with itunes/amazon/bestbuy, movies will get cheaper.

If you want to mindless steal movies from online torrents, you are kind of screwed. But for as little as 8 dollars a month, you can watch new releases, to dvd/bluray. As many as you want, as long as you want.

To be honest, it really does not matter, it is just the beginning of the end for physical discs.
Thanks, makes sense, they would love to allow you to watch but never have possession.
    
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"Intel's Sandy Bridge is an evolutionary improvement in integrated graphics, but it would be like Toyota coming out with a basic 4-cylinder sedan and then saying no one has any need any more for a Lexus," Nvidia spokesperson Ken Brown told TechNewsWorld.

"Intel introduced an improvement in its graphics, but that doesn't replace the need for a discrete GPU," Brown pointed out.

"There will be 200 PCs coming out in 2011 that use the Sandy Bridge CPU with our GeForce GPU, and that's a record number for us," he added.
How do they figure that number??? Is that fail Dells ect?
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