A Circuit City employee writes on the High-Def Digest forum that Big Red is taking Toshiba's already deep HD DVD price cuts a step bloodier: They've tagged the cheap HD-A3 and higher-end HD-A30 as clearance items, moving them out the door for $100 and $150, respectively. Placing HD DVD on clearance effectively means Circuit City is quitting the format, at least on the hardware side. Someone ring the bell, please. [High-Def Digest via Max Console] UPDATE: It looks like this was probably a pricing error. [High-Def Digest]
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