Top 5 DVD Tools You Can Pick Up For PenniesWritten by David D. Deprice
1. Pocket DVD Wizard - Handheld Owners Rejoice! www.deprice.com/pocketdvdwizard.htm
The Pocket DVD Wizard allows you to make backup copies of your personal DVDs, Mpeg, Avi and DivX® video and then play them on your Windows Mobile™ Pocket PC or Portable Media Center. Imagine possibilities! You can now record your favourite TV program with your DVD recorder and transfer it to your Pocket PC, then watch it later in office, or on beach!
2. DVDFab Platinum - 3 Day Sale www.deprice.com/dvdfabplatinum.htm
DVDFab Platinum is all you need to backup DVDs. It combines one-click convenience of DVDFab Express with power of DVDFab Gold. New Feature: DVDFab Platinum now can copy DVD-9 in 1:1 mode, and remove all protections (CSS, Region Code, RCE, Macrovision, UOPs), then burn to a double layer DVD-DL. This creates a perfect copy without any restriction.
3. dvdSanta - Insanely Cheap www.deprice.com/dvdsanta2.htm
dvdSanta is an All-in-One software that lets you copy, create, convert and burn your DVD movies. It can copy 9GB double layer DVD movies into a 4.7GB DVD-R disc, can turn your photos into DVD movies with Hollywood style motion effects, can convert other video formats(avi, wmv, vob, asf, DivX, Mpeg,...) into DVD video, can transfer miniDV camcorder tapes directly to DVD video.
iPod - Learn How It Can Solve Everyday ProblemsWritten by Mircea Cojocaru
All over world, people carry with them walkmans and other music devices so that they can play their favorite music as they move around from place to place. The latest thing in portable music devices field is iPod, which offers a higher quality of music being played and one of most compact design out there.
The iPod allows you to play your music for an very long time (up to 12 hours for most of them) and have a huge amount of storage (some have 30GB). You can store thousands songs within a standard iPod and have instant access to them wherever you are at moment. This makes them perfect choice for your nowadays music necessities.
With iPods, transferring music from a CD takes less than 5 seconds, assuming that you use FireWire and USB 2.0 support and can be transferred in a rather wide variety of formats, such as MP3, WMA, or AAC. With iPods, users have ability of importing songs from CDs, shuffling through songs, or choosing specific playlists, to name just a few of iPods' features.