HD-DVD Drops Prices Down to $150 to Compete

By Monday, January 14, 2008 0 No tags Permalink 0

The battle between HD-DVD and Blu Ray is far from over. In a new movie to compete in the market place HD-DVD has cut prices down again. You can now get a HD-DVD player for $150. Effective yesterday, the HD-A3 MSRP has dropped to $149.99, the 1080p-capable HD-A30 to $199.99, and the top of the line HD-A35 to $299.99. Combined with an extended “perfect offer” of 5 free HD DVDs with every purchase, Toshiba’s HD DVD Concierge service, and a sudden 50% off sale on Amazon(source Engadget.com)

This comes as a move last week where Warner Bro’s and other studios put their full support behind Blu-Ray. This caused the HD-DVD team to cancel a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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