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The Consumer Electronics Association has just released its latest sales figures.

Considering he war, the economy (and the media confusion over HD) they are pretty good.

More at www.ce.org.


Sales of Digital Video Products on the Rise During First Quarter of 2003

March Sales for Digital Video Post Solid Gains

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Arlington,_Virginia 4/14/2003

Manufacturer-to-dealer sales of digital video products and other products with digital features, such as TV/DVD combinations, have spurred healthy increases for the video category, according to figures released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).


During the first quarter, factory-to-dealer sales of TV/DVD combinations totaled 241,377 units - an increase of more than 355 percent compared to the same period in 20021. Manufacturer-to-dealer sales of DVD players (which includes stand-alone DVD players and DVD/VCR combinations) increased by some 17 percent over 2002 figures to 3,154,195 units.


Sales of digital television (DTV) products also remain on the rise. During the first quarter of 2003, 766,372 units were shipped to dealers. Earlier this month, CEA announced that since introduction to the market in the fourth quarter of 1998, DTV product sales have passed the 5 million mark with total DTV units reaching 5,139,775 and dollar investment in DTV soaring to $9,298,175,695.


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But obviously we still have a LONG way to go before we HD enthusiasts are a major force.
 

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To keep it going... I think we should all upgrade!
 

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We are lagging on my prediction of 4 million digital sets sold in 2003 by 234,000 after just 1 quarter.


So please upgrade, everyone. :)


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