DVD RECORDERS ARE STARTING TO DRIVE MARKET

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The end for VHS may finally be in sight following a study released by In-Stat here earlier this month.DVD recorders are starting to drive the market for non-computer-connected DVD hardware, according to the study. The market for DVD recorders doubled in size in 2004 and is anticipated to grow 87% by 2009, the report said. In that time, worldwide unit shipments of DVD recorders

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The end for VHS may finally be in sight following a study released by In-Stat here earlier this month.

DVD recorders are starting to drive the market for non-computer-connected DVD hardware, according to the study. The market for DVD recorders doubled in size in 2004 and is anticipated to grow 87% by 2009, the report said. In that time, worldwide unit shipments of DVD recorders are expected to increase from 9.4 million to 67.7 million.

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