Flexible CDs

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SuperCheetah

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People think of the craziest things to invent, but who knows it could be the next "thing". Personally its not going to change my life! :)
 

lokem

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Originally posted by svtcobra
i dont know why things like this come out..
Because stuff like this could change the industry as we know it.
 

SNGX1275

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I don't think this is always the case but usually if a material is more flexable than another - generally isn't the more flexable one the one thats most easily scratched?
 

lokem

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Originally posted by SNGX1275
I don't think this is always the case but usually if a material is more flexable than another - generally isn't the more flexable one the one thats most easily scratched?
Very true. Just noticed own disadvantage, to read the flexCD in a normal CD drive, you'll need an adapter.
 

poertner_1274

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I think this new product is just going to go down the drain. This doesn't sound too feasable for me. I mean....just because it is flixible doesn't mean that it isn't going to break now does it?
I had quite a bit more I was going to say, but for some reason I just forgot it all. Darnit..........Oh well.
 
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