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DiscGear Selector 100 will organize your DVD and Blu-ray Discs

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on January 23rd, 2011

Do you have DVD or Blu-ray discs everywhere and need to get organized? The DiscGear Selector 100 is a DVD/ Blu-ray disc organizer that will help you to keep your movie collection more tidy. The DiscGear Selector 100 has 100 compartments for you to store up to a 100 discs.

It features a one-touch disc retrieval system and an index slider so that you know which discs you’re looking for and can easily select what you want. Just find the right number, move a slider to it, press down and your disc pops out.

Logitec Ultra-light USB DVD Burner

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on October 8th, 2010

The Logitec LDR-PME8U2V is a new 6x DVD±R DL and 8x DVD±R/+RW USB 2.0 external DVD burner. The device measures 136.5mm x 143mm x 19.2mm and weighs in at just 300 grams.

The device only requires a single USB cable to operate at maximum writing speed. The Logitec LDR-PME8U2V ultra-light USB DVD burner is currently available and can be had in black and red colors.

Aiptek DVD Player Projector channels the 50s

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

The Aiptek DVD Player Projector is clearly drawing on some powerful 50s nostalgia, looking to bring back Bakelite and chrome. If you’re looking for an LED projecting, DVD playing, Karaoke combo plastic blob that looks like something old, well here it is.

It will cost you £229.95. This portable projector produces images from the integrated DVD player up to 50″/127cm diagonally across at 480×240 resolution.

Lite-On eTAU108 External DVD Writer

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2009

Lite-On eTAU108 External DVD WriterThe latest member of Lite-On’s external optical drive series, the eTAU108 DVD writer, is looking trim and thin. The device weighs under 350 grams and features a USB connection interface. The eTAU108 DVD writer has write speeds of up to 8x for DVD-R/+R and DVD+RW, 6x for DVD-R/+R DL, 5x for DVD-RAM and 24x for CD-R/RW.

No grey area here. The top-loading drive is available in pearl white or piano black. The eTAU108 goes on sale next month for about 45 Euros or $63.

Flex DVD is a greener DVD alternative

Posted in DVD by Shane McGlaun on July 16th, 2009

flexdvd-sbBack in the heyday of AOL it seemed like there was a CD or DVD in the mail each time I went to the box. Thankfully, I rarely get optical discs in the mail anymore. I wonder if some of the reason you don’t see optical discs being mailed today has to do with the cost of sending them.

A company called CD Digital Card has announced a new type of DVD called the Flex DVD. The Flex DVD is the same diameter as a traditional DVD, but about half as thick at 0.6mm. The Flex DVD can store 4.7GB of video or DVD-ROM content and weight 8 grams.

Maxx digital DVD player looks a tad familiar

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2008

Maxx digital DVD player looks a tad familiar
As far as originality, you won’t find any here. When they designed this Maxx Digital portable DVD player, they simply re-did the PSP for some reason I can’t fathom. Not that it’s not a good looking PSP. It is. It’s just a PSP, not a DVD player design. I just don’t like all my stuff to look like PSP’s, that’s all I’m saying.

The PDV-8500BLK features a nice 8.5-inch LCD widescreen, and will play videos in DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, CD, CD-R/RW, VCD and SVCD formats. It’s also got support for JPEG, MP3 and MPEG4 files via a built-in SD, MMS/MS card reader slot. Strangely it doesn’t play video games at all. And no UMD discs. It will cost you $120.

Disc Manager 100 – keeping your porn DVD collection secure

Posted in DVD by Nino Marchetti on May 29th, 2008

Disc Manager 100

Have you ever wanted to have your adult DVD collection readily at hand but secure in a way that your children can’t access said naughty titles? Here’s a blurb about the Disc Manager 100, pictured above, which just came into our virtual news desk:

“Are you looking for a safe place to store your adult DVD collection? Disc Makers has you covered with the Disc Manager 100. The Disc Manager 100 allows users to store and password protect certain DVDs owners may prefer to keep private. The Disc Manager 100 and its bundled software makes it easy to locate any file and eject the appropriate disc in seconds. It also protects your CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs from damage caused by improper handling, exposure to dust, and UV light. Users can stack up to five Disc Managers 100s – allowing parents to manage a 500 disc library with just one USB connection.”


BCD unveils new industrial DVD recorder with hard drive

Posted in DVD by Nino Marchetti on May 8th, 2008


BCD has produced a new industrial DVD recorder which can also record to a built-in hard drive. It is called the DVD-1150HDD and you’ll find it pricing at around $2,000.

The BCD DVD-1150HDD is primarily targeted towards more commercial applications. It is designed to be remotely controlled via RS-232, USB or Web-based interactions. Video recorded via this device can be done to either a DVD or standard 250GB hard drive. BCD says the drive is large enough to store around 58 DVDs worth of data.

Touch Interactive DVD/display player concept has balls

Posted in DVD by Nino Marchetti on April 9th, 2008


Envision, if you will, a home where your electronics look more like art than traditional rectangular boxes. You might on your desk have this above concept design – a hybrid DVD player & display unit – as your distraction during the home work day. Since it is just a concept though, there is no word on this ever being available at retail. At least not right now.

This DVD player/display unit, designed by Touch Interactive, is focused on “regenerating the look and feel of a home entertainment system through the design of a new generation DVD system.” The unit is described as having a metallic look with blue edge. The attached widescreen display offers a width of 19-inches.

Touchscreen sun visor with DVD, TV and radio

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2008

Touchscreen sun visor with DVD, TV and radio
DVD may be dead or dying, but maybe it will be able to live again in your car. This touchscreen sun visor will allow the person sitting in the passenger seat to enjoy some entertainment. Not you though. You need to focus on the road.

It comes with a handy remote, a 16:9 TFT high definition LCD display, USB Port, an SD slot that maxes out at 1GB. Supports DVD, DVD Audio, DVD-R /W, HDVD, DVCD, DVIX, MP3, MP4, CD-R /W and VCD. The 7-Inch Sun Visor DVD Touch Screen with TV + FM is available from the Chinavision for $128.14.

Cube3 TV/DVD entertainment center

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

Cube3 TV/DVD entertainment centerCube3 is a 7 Inch DVD/TV Entertainment Center combo. Super nice looking and flexible. It will play your DVDs and even has one of those clever USB slots in front so you can hook up your MP3 player. It will even rip your CDs to the USB stick which is a nice feature. It can get quite loud for it’s size as well with the 60W RMS speakers.

The cube3 integrates those other features together with a digital TV. But it doesn’t have to be all about movies. Use it to view your photos and pictures on-screen like a digital photo frame. Playback compressed DivX or MPG4 videos from an external hard drive or USB flash drive. For it’s size that’s several great features that you want in a Hi-Fi system.


Warner goes with Blu-ray, could end HD format war

Posted in Blu-ray,DVD,HD DVD,News by Darrin Olson on January 9th, 2008

Warner chooses to go with Blu-ray HD disc format due to slowing sales and U.S. economic changesAmidst all the technology hype going on at CES in Las Vegas this week, Warner Bros. Entertainment somewhat quietly made an announcement with potentially significant implications on the high-def DVD war between Toshiba’s HD DVD and Sony’s Blu-ray disc formats. Warner made an announcement on January 4 that it would release its movies in only the Blu-ray high-definition format, and no longer would offer any of the rival HD DVD formatted discs.

According to Reuters, in talking to Warner Bros Entertainment Group President Kevin Tsujihara the company chose to go the Blu-ray route due to falling DVD says and a “deteriorating U.S. economy”. Tsujihara said the plan was made with the intention of ending the format war and hence ending confusion and split purchases by consumers between the two formats. This move to Blu-ray exclusively is so significant due to the fact that Warner has the industries largest offering of movies and continues to produce big titles, making 5 of the 7 major studios on board with Blu-ray.

CES 2008

Sexy iLuv i1255 does iPod, DVD playback

Posted in CES 2008,DVD,iLuv,iPod Accessories by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2008

iLuv i1255iLuv, a maker of iPod accessories, revealed a number of interesting products as part of its CES 2008 line up. One of those is the new iLuv i1255, a sleek, desktop iPod/DVD player priced at around $130.

The iLuv i1255 lets you play control music from audio CDs, MP3 CDs and docked iPods via an included remote control. Dock adapters let you fit a variety of iPod models and the iLuv i1255 also lets you view iPod video on-screen. There’s also an on-screen display function for navigation of an iPod’s stored video and music files.

EZ Dupe: portable DVD copier

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2007

portable DVD copier

The EZ Dupe DVD Coach is a compact and fairly nice looking dual DVD drive that allows you to make simple 8x copies of your favorite discs.( Not for personal enjoyment of course,(that would be illegal) but for backup purposes. 16x for CDs. Just plug in the drive via USB to either a PC or Mac. You can also use it without the computer for more portability.

It’s not just slim and portable though. It has some features. A few of the CD duplication options include advanced playlist support and mobile playback. It’ll run you between $350 and $450 depending where you buy it online.

DVD Xpress home video archiver

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2007

DVD Xpress Home Video Archiver

The DVD Xpress is aimed at that demographic who do not like to buy DVDs or just take awhile to get with the program. As long as you have a VHS version and the DVD Xpress home video archiver, you can turn your videos into digital versions. Store them on your hard drive or burn them to DVD. It also lets you
create movies for playback on your iPod or PSP.

It hooks up to your PC via USB. Then connect your camcorder to the video/audio inputs on the DVD Xpress. Put a blank DVD disc into your PC, press play on your camcorder and burn a copy automatically to DVD. It’s that simple. You better get started archiving all those precious family movies and bringing them into the digital age. May your embarrassing moments live forever.