DVD is strongest on personal computers, according to Wall Street Journal
According to a an article in the Wallstreet Journal on Thursday, DVD movies are primarily being purchased or rented to be played on personal computers – primarily laptops – rather than on television sets. The newspaper reported that five million DVD players were sold last year as either external or internal PC accessories while only 1.6 million DVD players that attach to TVs were moved. At the same time, software developers have, by and large, been unable to take advantage of the larger-capacity DVD discs, citing higher production and distribution costs, the “Wallstreet Journal” said.
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