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Denon DP-200USB Turntable

Denon TurntableHere is a possible solution to turning your vinyl into MP3 files. With the Denon DP-200USB Turntable, you place a thumb drive into the front USB port, press “record,” and it operates automatically with no PC. There is also an option to transfer directly to MP3 player. Afterwords, the Trans Music Manager software allows split tracking and Gracenote access to retrieve album information. Manual operation is an option and of course the device can be used as a turntable. The DP-200USB is priced at $249.99 with free shipping.

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2-in-1 SD(HC) Card Reader Cable

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Accessories, USB, Storage

Card Reader CableThis 2-in-1 Card Reader Cable is an SD (HC) reader and a mini-USB (2.0) cable combined. Plug into a USB device to charge and at the same time transfer data to your PC. At a length of about 90cm, it is compatible with SDHC / SD / MMC II / RS MMC / Ultra II SD / Extreme SD / Extreme III SD / MiniSD / T-Flash / MicroSD / MicroSDHC, although when the reader is working, the transfer function will be disabled. The cord is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS 9.0 or higher at a price of a mere $12.00.

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iPod to iPod Transfer Device

iPod Transfer DeviceSuppose you and your best bud want to exchange tunes or you have recently bought a new iPod and want a fuss-free way to switch your music to it. The iPod to iPod Transfer Device works without a computer and automatically knows when you plug in. Transfer rate is 5 seconds for a 3 minute song or only 3 minutes for a 30 minute video. The rechargeable battery can be used up to 1 1/2 hours, and an AC adapter recharges in 4 hours. At a size of 3/4 x 2 1/4x 3 1/2-inches and a weight of 2 oz., it also recharges your iPod. The TD is available for $99.95.

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Facebook To Allow Profile Sharing

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Corporate News, Internet

Facebook logoFacebook will be allowing users to transfer their info to other Web sites. The announcement came one day after MySpace had agreed to the same plan in a limited capacity. The site says it will allow the personal profiles on any site that will accept them. Facebook is undoubtedly hoping that the move, with its unique mini-applications, will attract others that are not yet subscribed. It may be several weeks before the ability on both social networking sites becomes available.

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