Sony ends MiniDisc production

Sony will cease production of MiniDisc systems

By - February 4, 2013
MiniDisc

Sony has announced that the end is nigh for their MiniDisc format, with the last stereo system supporting the format leaving the production line in March 2013.

MiniDisc is a 20-year-old media format, essentially a small optical disc contained in a plastic case.

The original format could hold 80-minutes of audio, with a later update to Hi-MD able to store 45 hours of audio (a 1GB capacity).

Read the full story on Ars Technica.

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