That means it's not quite "obsolete" now in terms of current availability. It all depends how you choose to use the term obsolescence as well. Generally obsolescence means a product either no longer performs the task it was intended for because the task specifications change, or something comes along that performs that task so much better, thus making the old product obsolete. Obsolescence really isn't a factor of new availability in my view but rather of product use. Surely we have a better word for no longer sold new than obsolete. If not, well we need one, but in either case, your not correct... yet-
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