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16 products

  1. Toshiba BDX1500 review

    Toshiba BDX1500 review

    6  

    With no apps or 3D playback, this is Blu-ray on a budget and ideal for a second-room player.

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    Toshiba BDX2400 review

    Toshiba BDX2400 review

    7  

    This low-cost 2D Blu-ray player's USB playback, DLNA streaming and media apps are smart, but its fiddly user interface makes it feel old.

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    Toshiba BDX5300 review

    Toshiba BDX5300 review

    8  

    Wi-Fi-powered smart TV services and universal disc playback in a Blu-ray player for a great price. So what's the catch?

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    Toshiba BDX3300 review

    Toshiba BDX3300 review

    9  

    A smart Blu-ray player at a smart price: Toshiba goes back to basics on a stunningly small budget. Can it pull it off?

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    Toshiba BDX2000 review

    Toshiba BDX2000 review

    8  

    Toshiba's debut Blu-ray deck makes the most of limited haul of features

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    Toshiba HD-E1 review

    Toshiba HD-E1 review

    10  

    Flying in the face of current inflationary trends Toshiba's entry-level HD DVD deck has recently had its price cut. A step-up model which adds 1080p output to the HD-E1 will soon be on sale for £450

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    Toshiba HD-EP35 review

    Toshiba HD-EP35 review

    10  

    This is the flagship model in Toshiba's second generation of HD DVD players, which makes it the de facto leader for the blue laser format. The HD-EP35 is currently the best specified player of its kind and this seems set to stay that way for now

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    Toshiba HD-EP30 review

    Toshiba HD-EP30 review

    8  

    Considering Toshiba's original entry-level HD DVD player, the HD-E1, only launched towards the end of 2006 at a price of £450, it's remarkable that its direct replacement, the HD-EP30, is widely on sale for less than half as much

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    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    10  

    Toshiba claims that the HD-XE1 offers better features and build quality than its first HD DVD player, the HD-E1 - not to mention the all-important ability to output 1080p. And we're pleased to report it very much lives up to its promise

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    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    9  

    Toshiba's step-up HD DVD player, the HD-XE1 manages to confront some of the niggles that surround the HD-E1, as it offers full 1080p video output (and this is true of upscaled DVDs as well as HD DVD discs)

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    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    8  

    After the promising but slightly disappointing HD-E1, Toshiba has launched the HD-XE1 - a player that is able to fully exploit the best of hi-def HD DVD at a price that standalone Blu-ray players are currently not able to compete against

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    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    8  

    The second of Toshiba's HD DVD decks raises the spec of the previously reviewed HD-E1 with a corresponding hike in price. The main difference is that this deck can deliver Full HD 1080p

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    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    Toshiba HD-XE1 review

    9  

    Earlier this year, we enthused about the HD-E1 - the UK's most affordable high-def player. Now we've got our hands on its bigger brother, the HD-XE1. If you thought the HD-E1 was good, get ready to be blown away

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    Toshiba HD-E1K review

    Toshiba HD-E1K review

    8  

    After months of delays, including one final one in December apparently caused by a 'minor reliability issue with an outsourced LSI component', the UK's debut standalone HD DVD player, Toshiba's HD-E1K, is here

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    Toshiba SD-34VB review

    8  

    On the surface, this Toshiba looks pretty basic, offering as it does the popular combination of VHS recording and DVD playback. However, it boasts a couple of unique features that put the competition to shame

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