Toshiba’s Digital Product Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems Incorporated, has lowered the starting price on its HD DVD notebook line to $899 (starting with the Satellite A205 notebook). In addition to the new pricing structure, Toshiba has incorporated the world’s first notebook HD DVD-R/RW optical drive into the Qosmio G45. On the one hand, you have a cheaper line-up of high-definition notebook computers and on the other you have the ability to burn, erase and re-burn content to HD DVD-RW discs. I'm not done though. Until February 28, 2008, consumers buying an HD DVD enabled Toshiba notebook will receive five HD DVD movie titles for free, from a selection of 15 titles.
The Toshiba HD DVD notebook portfolio consists of four models featuring high-definition widescreen displays with resolutions up to 1080p and screen sizes ranging from 15.4- to 17-inches. The portfolio includes the Satellite A205, Satellite P205, Satellite X205 and Qosmio G45 models. HD DVD enabled notebooks are of course compatible with all of today’s standard-definition DVD titles, ensuring that a user’s collection of DVD movies is not left obsolete. Select Toshiba HD DVD enabled notebooks include an HDMI port and can be connected to an HDTV to deliver a pure high-definition image that will equal the resolution capability of the HDTV, up to 1080p.
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