Toshiba plans to hit the US market with two HD DVD players this March, targeting both mainstream consumers with the HD-A1 and early adopters with the HD-XA1. Both models will support native HD in 720p and 1080i. The higher-end model, the HD-XA1, will include four DSP engines for audio output, along with two front USB ports, stabilizing feet and multiple user interfaces. The HD-A1 is expected to retail for $499, while the HD-XA1 will be $799.
Toshiba to roll out HD-XA1, HD-A1 HD-DVD players in March
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