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|18th August 2008, 09:53||#1|
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Toshiba returns to HD-less DVD Players
AFTER A KICKING in the next generation video format wars, Toshiba is returning to DVD.
The outfit is releasing a new DVD player that it says does more than previous models to improve the look of DVDs on high-definition TVs.
The XD-E500 will cost $149.99, double the price of most "upconverting" players, which also improve the look of a DVD. It is still half the price of Sony's Blu-ray player.
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