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Friday, April 04, 2008
Hitachi Maxell Stops Selling 2x HD DVD-R/RW Media


Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. announced today that will stop selling the recently announced series of 2x HD DVD-R/RW media.

Hitachi Maxell's HD DVD-R and HD DVD-RW support the 2x burning speed and were initially scheduled to be available in Japan last February in both variations for data and video.

However, Toshiba's decision to stop the development and promotion of HD DVD changed Hitachi Maxell' s plans.


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