Best Buy Removes Analog Products From Shelves
If you happen to walk in to a Best Buy store today, don't expect to walk out with an analog TV. As of yesterday, Best Buy removed all analog products from store shelves after being told October 1st to cease selling anything solely utilizing analog transmissions. This is in preparation for the big day coming up, February 17, 2009, when all cable broadcasts will become digital.
If you already have an analog TV, you know, one of those half-ton wood encased giant tubes that's made a permanent indent on your living room floor, early in 2008 Best Buy will begin selling analog-to-digital converters, so don't fret to much.
Via ars technica
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Posted by Justin Davey at October 20, 2007 9:26 AM