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New Aleratec CD Digital Photo Copy Station Copies from Memory Card to CD and is a CD Duplicator

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Chatsworth, CA January 3, 2005 — Alera Technologies, developer and manufacturer of Aleratec Advanced DVD and CD Recording Solutions announced today its advanced new CD Digital Photo Copy Station that copies digital photos directly to CD from camera memory cards, without a computer, and does much more. The new CD Digital Photo Copy Station is also a stand alone 1:1 CD duplicator as well as a USB 2.0 external CD recorder that records CDs from Windows or Macintosh and an external memory card reader for use with your computer. This is an enhanced version of the Award Winning CD Copy Cruiser that has become the standard for performance, ease of use, and reliability in desktop CD duplicators.
“The all new CD Digital Photo Copy Station has a plethora of features that satisfy a wide range of needs from the Photography Professional to the home user. Its advanced technology combines four important functions which typically require four different hardware platforms into one technically impressive and attractive compact desktop unit that outclasses all other CD recorders, duplicators or memory card readers.” stated Perry Solomon, President and CEO of Alera Technologies. “For anyone who has the need to backup photo memory cards, duplicate and record CDs, we believe the CD Digital Photo Copy Station will successfully exceed the expectations of the Professional, Prosumer, and home users with one product and it is available only from Alera Technologies.”
Even with the breakthrough advances in utility, the new CD Digital Photo Copy Station (Aleratec Part # 310105, Ingram Micro SKU# E93962) has a low Estimated Street Price (ESP) of only $299. With its distinctive ‘Professional Black’ look, highlighted with a ‘cool blue’ light bar, we are confident the CD Digital Photo Copy Station will appeal to Prosumer, Corporate, Government and Education users. Now all can enjoy the most convenient and affordable way to store and share digital photos, create and duplicate CDs. Each package contains a Software Suite, a USB cable, and Users Guide.
Photos from your memory cards can be copied to CD in multi-session format so the entire 700MB storage capacity of the CD can be used. The Digital Photo Copy Cruiser supports the following Digital Memory Card formats: CF Type I and II, SD, MMC, SM, MS, MS Pro, and Micro Drive. It even has a function that tells you the total capacity of your card and the capacity used.
The CD Digital Photo Copy Station’s integrated CD Duplicator includes professional copy control features normally available only on much more expensive systems. The Copy function lets you select the copy speeds in increments up to 52x. Test Copy Disc tests the copy process before copying starts without burning a CD. Edit Track lets you select Audio Tracks from several source CDs to make a custom discs for uncluttered listening enjoyment. This cool feature is packed with hidden benefits. For example, it lets you listen to the audio tracks you have selected. You know exactly what you are recording without guessing or having to note and refer to music titles, etc. The CD Digital Photo Copy Station also has Quick Erase and Full Erase for erasing CD-RW.
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The Digital Photo Copy Station is equipped with a USB 2.0 port and can be connected to a Windows or Macintosh computer and used as a 52x CD Recorder. An Award Winning Software Suite is included FREE! with purchase. In addition, its Memory Card Reader can be connected via USB 2.0 to your computer and you can view and manage your photos.
Aleratec products are broadly available. The Aleratec full line of DVD and CD recording and duplication solutions and accessories are featured at 4SURE.com, AAFES, Adorama, Amazon.com, B&H Photo Video, Best Buy, Buy.com, CDW, CompUSA, Global Computer, Insight, J & R, Mac Connection, MacMall, Mac Warehouse, Micro Center, Office Depot, PC Connection, PC Mall, PC Nation, Quill, QVC, Sears, Target, Tech Depot, Videoguys, Wolfe’s, and Zones, in addition to other leading retailers. Government and Education customers may purchase from Government and Education Specialists including AAFES, CDW-G, CompuCom, Daly Computer, EnPointe, Fed Tek, GCI, GE IT Solutions, GovConnection, GOVPLACE, Green Pages, GTSI, Horizon, Insight Gov, Manchester, Northern NEF, PC Mall Gov, Pomeroy, Sarcom, Shi.com, TIG and Unisys. All products are available to resellers through Bell Microproducts, DBL Distributing, Ingram Micro, Ingram Micro Canada, SED International, and Wynit. Complete information available at http://www.aleratec.com
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Alera Technologies is a leading developer and manufacturer of Aleratec “Prosumers’ Choice” solutions for the DVD and CD recording technology markets. Exciting new Aleratec DVD and CD recording solutions are establishing a higher standard in the industry with professional strength solutions that are exceptionally easy to use and understand, creating the ultimate “out of box” product experience. Perry Solomon, President and CEO of Alera Technologies, is currently serving as Chair of the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) Marketing Committee. Alera Technologies is headquartered at 9140 Jordan Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91311. For more information visit http://www.aleratec.com. E-mail sales@aleratec.com. Toll Free Phone: 1-866-77-ALERA, Phone: 1-818-678-6900, or FAX: 1-818-475-5200.
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Alera Technologies Contact: Perry Solomon
(818-678-6900)
psolomon@aleratec.com

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