The difference is quite noticeable – you can get a taste of YouTube in HD by watching this MSI Wind review. The move will inevitably translate into higher bandwidth costs for Google, but it also paves the way for more professional content on the site, where advertisers will ultimately put their brands and money next to. Unfortunately there's currently no easy way to see all the HD videos available on YouTube, nor are there options to embed HD videos on external sites or to automatically have the HD version play in your browser.
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