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  1. Toshiba XDE-600 review

    Toshiba XDE-600 review

    10  

    XDE wizardry makes this budget DVD deck an essential purchase

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    Toshiba SD-280E review

    Toshiba SD-280E review

    8  

    DVD players are getting cheaper by the day and you can now find big name brands stacked on supermarket shelves alongside more obscure names, often with little noticeable difference in price. But even at bargain basement prices it’s better to go for a trusted name, and in the budget DVD player realm they don’t come more trustworthy than Toshiba.

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    Toshiba SD-370E review

    Toshiba SD-370E review

    8  

    With its black finish and improbably slim dimensions, the SD-370E is a hugely attractive DVD deck that perfectly compliments Toshiba's latest range of Regza LCD TVs and HD DVD players.

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    Toshiba SD-270E review

    Toshiba SD-270E review

    8  

    Few, if any, DVD brands have a finer reputation for affordable quality than Toshiba. But its latest deck, the SD-270E, retails for the relatively puny sum of £50. Surely this has just got to be too little to get you any genuine quality?

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    Toshiba SD-370E review

    Toshiba SD-370E review

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    Despite its wallet-friendly £60 price tag, this ultra slimline DVD player is actually Toshiba's top-end model. Its main claim to fame is its HDMI output, which offers upscaled 720p and1080i pictures designed to make the most of DVDs on an HD Ready display

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    Toshiba RD97DT review

    Toshiba RD97DT review

    6  

    Toshiba has an impressive new lineup of DVD recorders fresh from Japan, and the first to wash up on UK shores - for an exclusive review in our megatest - is the RD97DT. It sports multiformat DVD recording, analogue and digital tuners, and - like all of its competitors except Sony - a healthily-sized 250GB HDD.

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    Toshiba D-R17DT review

    Toshiba D-R17DT review

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    As standalone DVD recorders go, the D-R17DT boasts a fairly impressive feature list, including 1080p, 1080i and 720p upscaling plus a built-in Freeview tuner - great value for money for £200

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    Toshiba SD-P1900 review

    Toshiba SD-P1900 review

    8  

    Long train journeys can be a real chore, but not when you've got one of these bad boys on your lap. Toshiba's top-of-the-range portable DVD deck not only plays DVDs and CDs, but also DiVX, MP3, WMA and JPEG files

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    Toshiba D-R160 review

    Toshiba D-R160 review

    8  

    If you want a digital recorder that keeps things simple, then Toshiba's keenly priced D-R160 could be for you. It's a standalone DVD recorder without a hard disk, and on paper it seems ideal for on-the-fly TV timeshifting

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    Toshiba SD-P2800 review

    8  

    This is Toshiba's new flagship portable - the Japanese company's idea of the perfect mobile movie machine. It certainly looks the part on paper: 9in 800 x 480mm screen with extra wide viewing angle, DVD-A and DiVX playback

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    Toshiba SD-P2700 review

    8  

    Toshiba's SD-P2700 is a bit of a head turner. It's very slim and incredibly lightweight, even with the battery pack clipped on. Externally, it's finished in silver while the inside sports a two-tone look - silver disc bay and control panel buttons

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    Toshiba D-R150 review

    8  

    Toshiba has impressed of late with its higher-end HDD/DVD recorders, but just how good are the brand's budget boxes?The corporation's latest entry-level recorder is the basic D-R150, which sells for around half the price of its hard-drivin' brother

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    Toshiba D-R150 review

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    Despite its lowish cost,Toshiba's latest DVD-only recorder manages to include some interesting features, like a progressive-scan capable component output for the latest TVs, a zoom that works with TV/AV sources...

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    Toshiba SD-P1600 review

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    Toshiba's portable DVD deck makes quite an impression when you first clap eyes on it. It's a gorgeous design, very compact and sleek, and is no bulkier than a Filofax (if anybody still knows what they are)

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    Toshiba SD-150E review

    8  

    This is not the cheapest model in Toshiba's range - that distinction goes to the SD-130 - but at around £50 it's a remarkably affordable deck from such a trusted manufacturer.And when you look at the spec sheet you'll be even more impressed

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