At CES 2007 we look at the Toshiba HD-A20, a second-generation HD-DVD player that plays at 1080p.
The Toshiba HD-A20 HD DVD player is nearly identical to the HD-A2 except for the addition of 1080p output via HDMI and some minor cosmetic changes.
The stylish HD300 does a solid job of music playback and recording, but it can't beat the iPod's ease of use.
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Sony's 20GB HD1 looks, sounds, and feels amazing, but you'll have to sacrifice an extra wad of cash, not to mention native MP3 and WMA file support.
Circuit City just knocked $150 off the price of Toshiba's HD-A20 player, so maybe it's a good time to choose sides in the format war.
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.
Toshiba officially announces a trio of third-generation HD DVD players which include some new features not found on previous models. But are those bleeding-edge features really worthwhile?
Toshiba introduces the HD-A20 HD DVD player, scheduled to become available in spring 2007.
Crave updates the HD DVD/Blu-ray format war, including recent events from CES 2007 and more.