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|3rd November 2009, 21:00||#1|
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Kingston, Paramount offer movies on flash drives
Is this the beginning of the end for DVDs and Blu-ray? Only time will tell, but today's news still seems like a step in that direction: Kingston and Paramount Digital Entertainment have partnered up to distribute movies on USB and SD flash products.
The agreement covers "full-length motion picture feature films," and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has become the first to receive that treatment. Kingston says the movie is being sold on DataTraveler I USB drives at "all OfficeMax stores" for $29.99.
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