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Monday, January 28, 2008

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kasjun

i agree that it's too soon to tell what the effect of toshibas price cuts will lead to. blu-ray disk assoc. seems all of a sudden to believe there is no need to get in a hurry lowering prices. if they think they will be able to sell a large amount of blu-ray players at the price they are now they are mistaken.people will look elsewhere and if they fiddle around to long either hd-dvd will be in the lead or something else will be.

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