Hong Kong, China, August 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Car CD players would be replaced by DVD players in ten years according to car parts store Autoyet.
Right now Ford is purging CD players from their cars in Europe. Soon they will be purging CD players from the rest of their line too. Ford plans to scrap CD players in all their other cars in the next few years according to Irish Times.
Gerald Tsang, Public Relations manager for auto parts supplier, Autoyet, said CD players would be replaced by car DVD players in ten years.
“Ford's bid to ditch CD players is evidently an audacious move but not one that's unexpected. Technology gets outpaced and killed and to be honest, CDs lost its value years ago. As we all know, car manufacturers who are slow at adopting good technology, are probably realizing that very few people use the CD player over an auxiliary input,” said Mr. Tsang. “DVD players become more and more popular. It may be in ten years, not too long, that DVD players will replace in-car CD players.”
Car accessories store Autoyet launched a new series of car DVD players last Friday according to Mr. Tsang.
“Autoyet will also remove CD series in the next few months. Meanwhile we will launch more car DVD players to meet the demands of customers. Last Friday, we launched a new series of DVD players,” said Mr. Tsang.
Autoyet, located in Hong Kong, is an ecommerce automotive parts and accessories shop. With more than 3500 items covering 80 categories, Autoyet offers auto parts and accessories throughout the world with free shipping. All the products have gone through three standard quality control processes before shipping and a six month guarantee on all items on Autoyet.
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