Disney’s Disposable DVDs Deemed Duds

It looks like disposable DVD’s are headed the way of the dodo bird. Consumers (ahem, customers) in several markets are rejecting the $7 self destructing flexplay discs. Some stores have decided to stop selling them. According to the stores, ‘Customers aren’t interested in paying more than $6 for a limited-play DVD when they can pay $2 at the video store. Even with a $2 late fee, it’s cheaper than buying a disposable DVD.’ and ‘he hasn’t seen one customer purchase an EZ-D, though some of them have been shoplifted out of the store.'”

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Todd Lipska

Todd's geekiness started off early with his family's first computer: a TRS-80. As a contributing writer, head photographer, lead programmer and one of the founders of Media Geeks, well, suffice it to say, he's a busy guy.

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