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Monday, March 01, 2004
Camera and CD recorder in 1


Alera technologies released the Digital Photo Copy cruiser, able of copying digital photos directly to CD-R/RW from camera memory cards of any capacity, without a computer.

This revolutionary product will make the photographer’s life easier. The Digital Photo Copy Cruiser is equipped with a USB 2.0 port and can be connected to a computer and used as a 36x CD Recorder.

With the disc spanning feature there is no capacity limitation, being able to manipulate 1GB storage. Photos from each card can be added to the CD in multi-session format so the entire 700MB storage capacity of the CD can be used.

The price of the Digital Photo Copy Cruiser is $250.



Features

·Supports the following Digital Memory Cards: CF Type I, CF Type II, SD, MMC, SM, MS, MS Pro and Micro Drive

·Includes AC auto-switching 100-240V 50-60Hz power adapter

·Also works as an external USB 2.0 36x12x48 CD-Recorder

·Multisession capability allows you to copy up to twenty one 32MB flash memory cards to a 700MB CD ·Compact transportable design

·Award-winning software suite including Ulead Photo Explorer,Ahead Nero Express

·Low per MB storage cost

·Dimensions (mm): 210 L x 159 W x 49 H

·Weight: 2Lbs


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