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Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Four-Fold increase of DVD recorders in 2003


The 2003 shipments of DVD recorders posted a significant increase from a year earlier.

The shipments shot up 416% to 22.92 million units in the global market, and 362% to 5.93 million units in the Japanese market.

Jeita, the company that conducted the survey, expects that global sales of DVD recorders will hit 88 million units by 2006, and that the market share of DVD recorders will exceed that of CD-R/RW devices. The 2003 shipments of optical disc devices rose by 114% from a year earlier to 222 million units in the global market, and by 113% to 20.06 million units in the Japanese market.


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