EZ-D creator readies disposable DVDs

Discussion in 'News' started by Phil, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Phil
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    A New York-based company has begun touting disposable DVDs that could radically change the way consumers acquire movies for domestic viewing.

    If Flexplay has its way, rental and retail DVDs will be offered on a new type of disc the company plans to launch next month. The disc, dubbed EZ-D, is built of special plastics that become opaque when exposed to the air. Sold in air-tight packages, consumers have 48 hours to watch the movie before the DVD becomes a coaster.

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    1. Sandy
      And joins my 3m pile of AOL coasters
    2. Jakamoko
      Heh, heh - I usually manage to scratch any new CDs within 48 hrs anyway, so I guess the EZ-D wouldn't be anything new .. :P
    3. Sandy
      I am SO glad I still have my BETAMAX video.
    4. Jakamoko
      ....and I still swear by my slate-board and chalk - the original Tablet PC :P
    5. Phil
      forget chalk and slate, an etch-a-sketch is the way to go. So easy to reboot
    6. Nelix
      Turn it upside down and shake
    7. Nelix
      The etch-a-sketch that is, not you :D

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