The Decline of DVD Discs It seems like only yesterday when DVD’s were sold for burning purposes in not only office stores but in regular retail supermarkets. Everyone was burning DVD’s – when they first came out they were a revolution. Over 4GB of data on a single CD – this was a big jump from the 700MB per CD that people were used to. Finally you could burn a high quality movie on a DVD. But from there things changed – and soon devices were becoming smaller and smaller. It is safe to say that now – as much as we would like to not admit it – that blank DVD’s are officially dead. It is quite unfortunate – and whiel we will still continue to stock blank blu-ray discs – the DVD is headed for the scrap pile – just like vynil records and just like blank CD’s. This is the rate of technology – and we would like to apologise to our suppliers – those that have been working with us in this field for years – but unfortuantely the lack of demand – and our requirement to provide our cusotmers with the most cutting edge data burning solutions means blank DVDs are officially out. Right now – in the latest news – we have learned that they have released a mini SD card that holds 1TB of data – every month the amount of data that can be held on a single piece of physical form is getting smaller and smaller. We wonder if one day something as small as a grain of sand could hold all the data the world had ver created. Maybe that’s a bit of an exagurration but just keep in mind that this mini SD card – which is small enough to fit on the tip of your finger – holds enough data – or the equivalent of 240 DVD’s. That is quite amazing and in fact is basically every single movie that was released in the cinema this year. It trully is an exciting time as we move into the next century – don’t let the door hit you on the way out – and let’s see what the future comes up with next. Thank you to the team behind anti wrinkle injections sydney for helping put together our new team to expand the Medea International Brand.