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|Cooling||AC Freezer 64 Pro + Zalman VF1000 + 5x120mm Antec TriCool Case Fans|
|Memory||1GB Kingston PC3200 (2x512MB)|
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|Audio Device(s)||Audigy 4 + Creative Inspire T7900 7.1 Speakers|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX520W|
|Software||Windows XP Home|
Toshiba has responded to claims that it plans to give up on the HD DVD format with a rather half-hearted statement that seems to neither confirm nor deny the speculation. The firm released a statement saying:
However, it certainly doesn’t sound like a strong denial given that Toshiba at no point gives any indication that it is still backing the format. So there may be a slight glimmer of hope for HD DVD owners, but things still look rather bleak.
The media reported that Toshiba will discontinue its HD DVD business. Toshiba has not made any announcement concerning this. Although Toshiba is currently assessing its business strategies, no decision has been made at this moment.