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    Ultraviolet

    Has anyone used it yet?

    I'm seeing lots of Blu-Rays being advertised as coming 'with Ultraviolet' and it seems that you get a code which means you can redeem it to be able to watch that movie on a tablet, phone or other computer. Sounds like it might be the industry's way of countering the threat from Netflix, Lovefilm, etc.

    I was just wondering what the quality was like.

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    Re: Ultraviolet

    I bought a blu-ray with the Warner Brothers digital download - complete fail - wouldn't download, raised to support queries with them - now nothing.

    If you aren't paying extra for it, then worth a punt. If you are - good luck.
    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post

    It's kind of like having some nice comfy slippers, and Microsoft are telling me that my slippers aren't comfy. Well, they have done that in the past but now they offer me free slippers, and that is nice but the free slippers are tartan with pink spots and embroidered unicorns which I'm sure I could wear but isn't really me. Besides, my feet are in these nice plain blue slippers and they are warm and cozy. But now I am being told that tomorrow any feet that aren't in spotted unicorn slippers will smell. Well, washing feet isn't the job of slipper manufacturers, and I prefer blue

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