Toshiba’s HD-XE1 HD-DVD player boasts standard DVD upscaling, 720p; 1080i; 1080p support via HDMI, an Ethernet port, 297MHz/12 bit video DAC, and 5.1-channel analogue output. Video after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

With standalone Blu-ray players still pushing £900, the HD-XE1 offers fantastic value for money and makes a pretty convincing argument for the HD DVD format. In fact, if you really want to cover all the bases right now, the best option could be to have both an HD-XE1 and a PlayStation 3 under your TV

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Toshiba’s HD-XE1 HD-DVD player boasts standard DVD upscaling, 720p; 1080i; 1080p support via HDMI, an Ethernet port, 297MHz/12 bit video DAC, and 5.1-channel analogue output. Video after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

With standalone Blu-ray players still pushing £900, the HD-XE1 offers fantastic value for money and makes a pretty convincing argument for the HD DVD format. In fact, if you really want to cover all the bases right now, the best option could be to have both an HD-XE1 and a PlayStation 3 under your TV

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