So you patiently waited on the sidelines for the Blu-ray vs. HD DVD war to play itself out beforemaking a purchase: good call. Blu-ray crushed its rival and has emerged victorious as the high-definition video format of choice. But there’s now another benefit for having held out: You can now cop a Blu-ray notebook for less than $900. Today, Dell announced that movie buffs can purchase the Inspiron 1525 with an optional Blu-ray drive starting at $879. In a smart move, Dell utilized Broadcom’s Media PC technology, which allows the system (sporting integrated graphics) to play HD video. You can watch your favorite flicks on the 15.4-inch display (featuring 720p resolution), and output the video to a big-screen TV via HDMI. As with all of Dell’s consumer-end machines, the Inspiron 1525 features Dell MediaDpiron 1525 comes in a variety of funky designs (Chill, Blossom, Commotion), and several eye-catching colors (Sunshine Yellow, Midnight Blue, Ruby Red). The Dell Inspiron 1525 is available for purchase right now.