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One camp, known as HD DVD and championed by Toshiba Corp holds the view that consumers will buy high-definition DVDs and players, but only at the right price.
In keeping with that position, Toshiba at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday said it would offer the first high-definition players in March, priced at $799 and $499.
Those prices are below what a member of the rival camp, known as Blu-ray and led by Sony Corp., is asking. Blu-ray member Pioneer said it planned to offer a Blu-ray player in May, priced at $1,800.