3283 Results for

hd-dvd

Review

Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD player

The Toshiba HD-A20 is a perfectly competent HD DVD player, but it's not worth the extra money when compared to the budget Toshiba HD-A2.

8 August 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating 8 August 2007

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Toshiba HD-XA1 - HD DVD player

The Toshiba HD-XA1 is the more expensive model of the company's initial pair of HD-DVD players.

3 May 2006

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Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD player

The Xbox 360 HD DVD player is an inexpensive way for 360 owners to get high-def movies, but nonowners and audiophiles should stick with standalone HD players.

6 December 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating 6 December 2006

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Toshiba Qosmio G30 (HD DVD Edition)

Although the benefit of HD DVD is questionable, the Toshiba Qosmio G30 is still the most feature-rich home entertainment notebook we've seen to date.

19 July 2006

4.5 stars Editors' rating 19 July 2006

Typical price: $5,499.00

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Samsung DVD-HD860

We preview the Samsung DVD-HD860 upscaling DVD player, which is designed to convert DVDs to high-definition resolutions.

27 February 2007

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Samsung DVD-HD850

CNET did not review the Samsung DVD-HD850, but we did review the step-up model, the Samsung DVD-HD950.

2 February 2006

Typical price: $299.00

Article

Hot deal: Xbox 360 HD-DVD, plus six HD-DVD movies, for $170

Have the Xbox, want the HD-DVD player? This one plugs right in, and we just found you a discount.

By 25 August 2007

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Toshiba HD-DVD recorder

Our editors give you a sneak peek at the Toshiba HD-DVD recorder from the floor at CES.

22 May 2008

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Microsoft Xbox 360 HD-DVD drive

Microsoft's HD-DVD player may be the most affordable high-def movie player on the horizon, but we're worried about the lack of HDMI.

22 May 2008

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E3: Xbox 360 HD-DVD player and Grand Theft Auto IV on their way

During a press event prior to this year's E3 show in Los Angeles, Peter Moore, VP of Interactive Entertainment at Microsoft, showed the audience the upcoming Xbox 360 HD-DVD player, as well as some tattoos to indicate Grand Theft Auto IV is on its way.

22 May 2008