The Toshiba Symbio™ BDX6400 Blu-ray player is a mighty mite, featuring 4K upscaling, WiFi, 2D, 3D, DVD, and CD playback.
Toshiba introduces a smart little BD/DVD player, the BDX5300, with a most appealing sticker price, that simply boots up and plays video and audio discs flawlessly.
The Toshiba BDX5200 works out some of the kinks that appeared in the BDX3000 we reviewed some time ago, but although it offers strong performance as an entry-level 3D Blu-ray player, it still has some issues that leave it a somewhat frustrating player to use.
Toshiba offers an entry level 3D player that could be a decent player for first time buyers and we put it through the paces to tell you if it’s worth the price of entry.
Amazon.com has a Cyber Monday steal on this entry-level Toshiba Blu-ray Player — available now with free Super Saver shipping.
This week Toshiba unveiled its new Cinema Series line for 2010, which included the new BDX3000 3D Blu-ray Disc Player and WX800 Cinema Series 3DTV.
The format war between Blu-ray and HD DVD officially ended in February of 2008 when Toshiba finally conceded defeat to the juggernaut that was Blu-ray Disc, faced with mounting CE support for Blu-ray and the defection of Warner to the camp of exclusive Blu-ray-backing Hollywood studios. Still, Toshiba refused to release any products supporting the […]
In a brief statement to the media this morning Toshiba confirmed a recent report that they would enter the Blu-ray market this year stating…
Toshiba has announced they will be entering the Blu-ray market with a player before the end of the year.