HD Nation is your location for the latest in HD content and devices. This week, the hosts start the show by discussing a new trade-up program from Warner Brothers Studios. The program allows costumers to hand in their DVD movies and then be able to purchase the Blu-ray equivalent or a different Blu-ray movie for just under $5. The only speculations are that the DVD has to be a major feature and no porn will be accepted. Since today is Election Day, this weekâ€™s Top Five movies will be top five election movies that are in Blu-ray. This list includes titles like Election, Milk, The Manchurian Candidate, Nixon, and W. The big article though this week was a hand on review of the Logitech Revue set-top-box. The device is the first of its kind to include the Google TV platform. The hosts think that the Revue is pretty good for a first generation product. They really liked the included keyboard that is capable of communicating with the box with out worrying about a line of sight. The hosts were also impressed that the device was able to reach out to small online video websites like Revision 3 and many others. Not only that, but it was able to automatically detect the content on a userâ€™s content library and queue that up as well. The hosts think that the performance and the power of the Revue could easily be a simple computer for the living room.
[via Revision 3]