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Old 03-31-07, 07:03 PM   #7
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Default Re: Toshiba slashes price of HD-DVD players

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Originally Posted by S.I.N
HD-DVD is on its way out. I dont think anything can save that thing. They should have taken a hit and included it in the Xbox2. 10 million would have had it now. What a missed opportunity.
Doesn't look that way to me
http://www.hdgamedb.com/amazon/rank.aspx

Sony made the poor choice by putting Blu-Ray in PS3. I also found humorous their claims of "the war is over!!", it was similar to how they said the PS3 has "4D Graphics". This XMAS, a PS3 will cost $600 and a standalone HD DVD player will cost $200 at Walmart. Which would you buy if you wanted to play HD movies?
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