July 18, 2011 6:22am CST
I've been watching harry potter movies yesterday, it was a marathon. I have downloaded it all except the latest. My DVD player that I've bought last Christmas was not used for the like past 6 months. I don't know when I'll be using it again because I'm using my laptop to watch movies. I'm connecting it to the TV set in order for me to watch movies that I downloaded. Its been a long time since I've watch a movie on a CD. I don't know when I will be watching using my DVD player. I'm thinking of selling it though. Internet have been a very good place to get movies and audios. Will there be a time that CD's will not be used? Like the floppy drives that was also obsolete. Maybe CD's will be obsolete too.
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18 Jul 11
They are DvD's when they are movies. In any case, I don't know that dvd's will become obsolete but I bet they will get smaller and smaller, maybe even to the size of an sd card that people just put in some sort of small player that's maybe no bigger then an old cd discman. In any case, it could also go back to being big, maybe as big as an old record! I've watched the Harry Potter movies, including the last one, it was an awesome movie. I use DvD's or go to the theatre to watch my movies though.
18 Jul 11
good discussion but I dont think that the cd`s will not be used because there are many uses to them and there many different kind of them there are the dvds and the bluray cds that very new and its size very big so I think it will be along time for the cds to be not use other than that in the technology world every thing could happens you see every day there are something new so it may not be used but after along time.