The constant stream of Toshiba
news continues to flow in, and this go 'round its focused on the firm's newest generation of HD DVD players. After Amazon revealed
most of the deets on these units, Toshiba seemed pressured to release the official details
sooner than they wanted to. As expected, Toshiba is showing all three new models at CEDIA, like the low-end A3 that only supports 1080i, and the latter two that handle 1080p24 and CE-Link, but all three will reportedly be "approximately 1/4-inch slimmer than second generation models," which Tosh isn't forgetting about, as the long-awaited
update for the HD-XA2 and HD-A20 models is also going live, and it should be rolled out in "mid-September."