March 19th, 2006
An online retailer can be selling anything starting from ping-pong balls to hardware and anywhere – locally or internationally. If you are just a beginner, you are likely to ask yourself “What would I like to sell?” Of course, it would be unwise of you to start with matryoshkas just because you like the way the girls pop out of each other. But after you do some marketing research, you might find that certain items are always in great demand.
DVDs are among them and DVD drop ship can bring some nice cash. Movies have been one of the preferred types of entertainment for a long time now and people are eager to watch a comedy or a thriller in their free time. They can do it alone, or in a company of a friend or a partner, they can enjoy viewing with their families. Recent films are hunted and stampeded for, while the place of old good ones is on the shelf of every household. Good films are like good wine, they get dearer with time.
Recently, a new generation of DVDs – a Blu-ray Disc (BD) - has appeared on the market. Blu-ray Disc (BD) is a next-generation optical disc format meant for storage of high-definition video and high-density data. The Blu-ray standard was jointly developed by a group of consumer electronics and PC companies called the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). As compared to the HD DVD format, its main competitor, Blu-ray has more information capacity per layer, 25 instead of 15 gigabytes, but may initially be more expensive to produce (Wikipedia).
IT News Online reports: “Sony Electronics has introduced its first Blu-ray Disc (BD) products in the U.S. These next generation devices include a home player, VAIO (Video Audio Integrated Operation) desktop and notebook computers, an aftermarket internal computer drive and recordable/rewritable media.”
The player is to be available as from July for $1,000, while the VAIO PC with Blu-ray Disc will be available for about $2,300. For more information check here.
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