Mass-market status for DVD came another step closer to reality over the Labor Day weekend as hardware prices dropped below the $300 threshold for the first time. Many industry experts see the combination of lower hardware prices and software rental availability as key to the success of the new format. Two other developments around that time also indicated DVD may become a widely used home video format. Blockbuster Entertainment, Dallas, announced it would roll out a DVD hardware and ...

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