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but who in this day in age hoards CRTs?
People who are into retro video games, where newer display technologies just don't cut it.
Better stock up on CRT TVs if you want to keep your razor sharp, lag free 240p/288p gaming fix for the future.
Optical media needs to die.
It will die when solid-state media like NAND Flash reaches throw-away prices, at least for small capacities. DVD-R discs are so cheap now they're essentially a disposable off-line distribution system.
Until I can buy something like a 10-pack of SD cards for $2, I'll have to keep my optical drives around.
"The fundamental principle of science, the definition almost, is this: the sole test of the validity of any idea is experiment." -- Richard P. Feynman