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Toshiba to use Celeron chips in HD-DVD players

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    Toshiba to use Intel chips for HD DVD players
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    Posted on Thursday 14th at 18:58 by SirQUK
    Source: DMAsia

    Toshiba Corp. has informed that would use Intel Corp. chips in its advanced DVD players. This is understood to be the first time that Toshiba would be using Intel chips in its consumer electronics products.

    Toshiba, the Japanese electronics conglomerate, plans to launch HD DVD players, which are based on one of the two competing standards for next-generation optical discs, in the last quarter of 2005 in Japan and the United States.

    The company said it would use Intel's Celeron microprocessors and other chips for advanced functions, such as showing a video footage of a director commenting on his movie at a corner of a display, while the movie itself is being played.

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