i4u: Sony introduced the new 1GB Hi-MD format at the CES 2004. There are actually 8 Hi-MD supporting devices available from Sony. The first Hi-MD compatible Player will arrive in April 2004. See Photos for all of the above players at MiniDisc.org.
8 Sony Hi-MD Devices Announced
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