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Hi Tim et al

Le 2011-05-03 19:11, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :

I would like to ask, Is there a market for a CD or a CD set instead of
DVD? I have been looking at what is needed if the NA style DVD is broken
down to CDs for business systems that do not have DVDs, and still have
all the included material of the DVD[s]. Most of the businesses that do
not have budgets to buy newer computer will not have a DVD installed in
their business machines. So having only DVD style media will not work
for them.

I used to be a whitebox retailer. Unless things have changed, CD drives no longer come standard on boxes. Most whiteboxes boxes come with no CD/DVD drives. You have to add these If companies still have CD's on their machines, they are really outdated by today's standard ... DVD's were added as standard drives quite a few years ago. So, very few businesses will have CD drives. Also, if a company is still making use of CD-drive boxes, a DVD drive (external) is very cheap to buy or construct and is most cases deductible for tax purposes. There are very few if any reason for any business not to install or purchase a DVD drive for business purposes -- less than $100 or even $50.

A case could however be made for a personal box have only a CD drive, in which case a $25 or even $15 DVD drive is easily added.

Emerging economy countries will most likely be the countries where a CD version will be needed.



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