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|15th January 2009, 21:34||#1|
Pioneer finally pulls plug on laserdisc
Pioneer is set to officially end the production of LaserDisc players at the end of March, with 3,000 more LaserDisc units still in production.
"In 1980, Pioneer introduced its first consumer LD player (VP-1000) in the U.S. market, followed by the Japanese market in 1981 and other markets accordingly," Pioneer said in a statement. "The company has seen worldwide sales of its LD players reach more than 9.5 million units to date in a market that saw worldwide sales top 16.8 million devices."
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