Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Tampa Bay
Who said Toshiba had no more HD DVD players?
I work for GARMIN GPS and I was in 8 stores in Tampa Bay
and both Circuit City and Best Buy had plenty of HD-DVD's
to sell. One model was only $199.
I suggest the rumors I read were out of someone's imagination
not based on any facts at all.
Join Date: Nov 2007
Re: Who said Toshiba had no more HD DVD players?
Well what a store has for Black Friday and the holidays is a lot different than what they had in stock two weeks ago.
In fact many locations in Texas had stock but they wouldn't bring them out because they were on hold for the holiday season. There are roughly 200,000 units on shelves through out the US. I'd be surprised if they sell 150,000 of them.
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