[AI] Kodak offers self-burning CD-R
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Sat Jan 19 23:49:19 EST 2008
But does it work without a CD burner? Then only this technology is
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Kodak offers self-burning CD-R
KODAK has announced its new AutoMagic
self-burning CDs aimed at making it easier for novice computer users to
burn their music, pictures and important documents to discs for archiving.
The disc has built-in software for copying digital content onto the
"This is great news for all the people who want to store images, music or
data on a CD but lack the computer skills," said Jim Gordon
, Sr. Vice President of Marketing for KMP Media.
"Now they can avoid the hassle of downloading, installing and learning how
to use a more complex software package." The
CD-R discs are designed for use with Microsoft Windows 2000, XP and Vista
operating systems. When one of these CDs is placed in a computer the
application pops up on the screen and the user can select and record images,
music and other files with just a few clicks. The software takes up little
space. Users can preview, rotate and select photos and even record them
directly from a digital camera. The discs also can be read into home video
players and compilations of MP3
music can be made with KODAK AutoMagic CDs and played on any device that
supports those formats.
The KODAK AutoMagic CD-R is available now and is expected to retail for
about $4.99 for a 2-pack.
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