Tribbey, Chris
November 2007
Home Media Magazine;11/11/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that Amazon is offering a new deal with high definition (HD) DVD players. Amazon will offer $200 off the total purchase to customers who buy an HD-A3, HD-A30 or HD-A35, in addition to one of three Toshiba liquid crystal display (LCD) HD televisions. It is states that the discount is in addition to the seven HD DVDs that come with the purchase of one of the players.


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