CES 2006: Sanyo debuts HD DVD player

CES 2006, Video Reviews

Toshiba isn’t the only company backing the HD DVD format. Its partner Sanyo is also snubbing Blu-ray and has announced March launch for its debut HD DVD player the HD-S100. It has all the usual bells and whistles including 1080i (though not 1080p) output, compatibility with existing DVDs and DTS and Dolby surround sound facilities. Each HD DVD disc is capable of holding four hours of high definition content. Wonder if it will pop up in the UK?

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