So Motley Fool CAPS four-star company Toshiba is slashing prices on its nearly obsolescent players by 50%, and bundling five movies with every player. At $30 per disc, that means you basically get a low-end, $150 player for free if you want the movies. The company probably just wants to get rid of all those nice doorstops and bookends without starting a landfill.
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