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ExclusiveToshiba today announced its 2009 DVD player and recorder line-up and, surprise, surprise, there were no Blu-ray machines in sight.
It's an unpredictable old world. Just when I was warming to HD DVD, Blu-ray goes and wins the hi-def format war – thanks primarily to the PS3 and Warner. But rather than swallow its pride and switch to Blu-ray, or count the millions of dollars it spent on backing HD DVD with tears in its corporate eyes, Toshiba has instead considered what is arguably a much more important problem – improving the subjective quality of DVD discs,