Toshiba SDP2500 Widescreen Portable DVD Player On Sale!

Posted: Oct 20 2003, 9:01am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:45am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Toshiba SDP2500 Widescreen Portable DVD Player On Sale!
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    The 8.9" Toshiba SDP2500 Widescreen Portable DVD Player On Sale at for $559.84 (MSRP: $799.99)!

    The 8.9 inch LCD display produces film-like images and high resolution on-screen graphics. The 614,000 pixel resolution is five times better than conventional models. Complementing the high-resolution display is CD & 2-channel DVD audio compatibility. Add a video input and Super ColorStream Pro outputs for connection to an HDTV monitor and you can use the SDP-2500 also as your Home Theatre player.

    Buy the Toshiba SDP2500 Widescreen Portable DVD Player at for $559.84.

    We profiled more personal video Player in our Top 10 PVP 2003 List.

    • 8.9-inch widescreen TFT active-matrix display offers sharp, bright image
    • Reads DVD-Video and high-resolution DVD-Audio discs, as well as MP3 and WMA CDs, DVD-Rs, VCDs, and SD media cards
    • Super ColorStream PRO progressive-scan component-video outputs (for premium imagery on high-definition and HD-ready TVs and monitors)
    • Surface-mounted keypads grant "remote-free" operation of all essential functions
    • 3.5-hour battery life, picture zoom, and stereo speakers for headphone-free listening

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