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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #273885

For Sale: RoadStor Portabe CD Burner w/ Card reader [SOLD]

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This is a brand new portable CD burner for digital photographers. It has a built in card reader that accepts all media cards including microdrives. Also functions as a card reader, card viewer (when connected to a TV or Monitor), DVD player (watch movies), and portable computer drive. It does everything a CD burner and a DVD player will do plus allows you to view your memory cards on TV. Includes remote, cables, internal rechargable battery and fitted high-quality carry case. This is one cool accessory! It's in ultra-mint condition and only used twice. 5 days after purchasing it for $250 I purchased a notebook computer with built in burner, so I won't need this one also. Check the web site or see the picture to learn more. It supports multi sessions on one disc, or if your memory card has more pictures than a CD can hold, it will automatically burn multi discs to clear your card. You can also write from CD back to your memory card. If you have a computer without a CD burner, connect via USB for a portable CD burner. USB 2.o...it's fast! $200 and I'll pay the shipping. Payment by postal money order please. Domestic sale only please. -Kurt Horsley
 

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