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Your not ahead of the curve!!!!

by techfiend / February 5, 2006 1:22 PM PST

First let me iterate that when i say this I am talking about name brand merchandise, not the terrible cyberhome, axent or advent garbage. Typically a company has a research dept. that comes up with new pieces for its latest device it is implemented into its "high end" merchandise first to recoup research costs, it then moves down the line to all of its when an early adopter pays 1500 for a sony DVD player(as one unfortunate poster stated), chances are it will be a standard part in the future. This is a typical business model from cars to health care prescriptions.

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Your not ahead of the curve!!!!
by jcrobso / February 6, 2006 2:42 AM PST

I try to stay off the bleeding edge of technology. john

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what you can afford, and how you look at it
by sirroundsound / February 6, 2006 12:59 PM PST

While some of you have waited for the price to come down to 50.00, the early adopter that paid 1500.00 for their Sony DVD player has been watching DVD movies for the last 10 years. I spent many years being able to walk into the video store and never having trouble getting a new release on DVD, always a few copies around, there were only a small hand full of us in the area with players.
I recently heard a woman complain at the video store, all the movies are now DVD's, not VHS. She was mad, they had spent a couple of hundred dollars on a new VCR only a few years ago, and now felt she was being forced to buy a DVD player. Where has she been???

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