Excerpt: (1 items) Tosbiha BDX2000At first glance, Toshiba’s slim BDX2000 (the company’s first Blu-ray Disc player) seems unexceptional, with limited extras and a boxy remote. But when you pop a Blu-ray disc into it and see what the BDX2000 can do, you’ll realize what a bargain it is. The BDX2000’s image quality was fantastic in five of the six Blu-ray titles we tried on it. In chapter 1 of Cars , the color red popped out without looking garish.
Excerpt: An old Spanish proverb holds that "a wise man changes his mind – a fool never will". Kudos, then, to Toshiba for proving to the world that it isn't, after all, a bit daft. The BDX2000, the company's first Blu-ray player, has hit the streets, and with it, the ghost of HD DVD can finally be laid to rest. That said, the BDX2000 bears all the hallmarks of a company playing catch up.
Pros: Good picture and sound quality, decent upscaling
Cons: Basic specification is outgunned by rivals, slow to load, fair value, but others offer more quality per quid