Toshiba XD-E500 Review

Posted: Aug 29 2008, 1:13am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:18am CDT, in I4U Gadget Reviews


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We already picked the new Toshiba XD-E500 upscaling DVD player as one of our Top 100 Holiday Gift Tips. Now our review partner Digital Trends tested the XD-E500 and published a review.
Quote from the XD-E500 review: "Just when I thought that I would probably never review a DVD player gain, Toshiba introduced their new XD-E500 1080p up conversion DVD player. Toshiba, who was one of the co-inventor's DVD technology, and also the creator of the now defunct high-definition HD DVD optical disc, is coming back to the DVD marketplace with a new upconverting DVD player. Why? While still licking its wounds from the loss of its high-definition optical disc format, Toshiba has unveiled a new video processing technology called 'XDE,' which stands for 'Extended Detail.' According to Toshiba, XDE offers enhanced picture performance from standard definition DVDs. Toshiba has also realized the folks are not quite ready to give up their DVD players just yet in favor of Blu-ray players either, and are still quite fond of their DVDs. So, the idea of XDE was born in hopes of breathing renewed life into the DVD format. The new model XD-E500, which is housed in a sleek and very slender black cabinet, is priced at $149.95 retail. I expect it to be $99 by the Holidays."
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