The last VCR manufacturer will stop production after 40 years of VHS format. Due the great impact of modern digital formats (Blu-ray, DVD, etc), VHS slowly lost public interest and now we assist at the disappear of an iconic technology.

Funai Electric, a Japanese consumer electronics company, will give up on the format by the end of the July after 30 years of production.

In it’s history¬†Funai Electric sold as many as 15 million VCRs per year, but last year only sold 750,000 units.

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