Taking EZ DUB for a test spin
Subject: Storage | April 6, 2006 - 04:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Techware Labs tries out the newest drive from Lite-On, the EZ-DUB. Essentially it is postioned to be the easiest way to copy a CD or DVD, simply put a disk in the external drive, press a button ... wait ... remove disk and replace with blank disk ... wait again, and you are done.
"Lite-On has provided us with the opportunity to test-drive a sample of their flagship
technology, the EZ-DUB. The EZ-DUB makes big promises to simplify and streamline what has become
the increasingly technical and complex task of duplicating CDs and DVDs. With this new, easy to
use external drive, LITE-ON aims at users who don't like to hassle with complicated
software programs when they want to duplicate a disc or backup their files."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
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- Plextor PX-750UF External Multi-Format DVD Burner @ X-bit Labs
- Vizo Opera portable HDD enclosure & multi-media player @ A1 Electronics
- Kingston U3
DataTraveler Flash Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
- When and Why to Use
Network-Attached Storage @ HDDsaver.com
- LinkStation Network Storage Center @ Digital Grabber
Luxon Hard Drive Enclosure @ ThinkComputers.org
- Kingwin KF-25 Data Dock @ ClubOC
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