Toshiba continues to shun Blu-ray, brings two new HDD/DVD VARDIA recorders to Japan
Still no Blu-ray hardware from Toshiba; maybe the company is hoping HD DVD comes back to life. Who knows. One thing is for sure: Toshiba continues to crank out HDD/DVD recorders for the Japanese market. The latest two models in the company's VARDIA series include the 320 GB HDD RD-E304K and the higher capacity 1 TB HDD RD-E1004K, each with a 253 millimeter thin body, one network port and an HDMI slot. Available at the beginning of August, the two models in order of mention, will cost the equivalent of $500 and $650. As far as I can tell, neither model will ship outside of Japan.
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 3, 2009 9:07 AM