Disc Stakka USB powered disc storage system from Imation

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I just posted the article Disc Stakka USB powered disc storage system from Imation.

 This may  be of interest to  those of us archiving our photos on optical media, or even those that simply just  have a lot of software at home or at our business place. Imation has announced the...
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#2

omg, i like NEED this NOW!


#3

Needs to be cheaper. Alot cheaper. Think < $40


#4

Cheaper!!! Ha before this thing came out it was around $4000 USD to do this. $150 is a steal! You can plug one into your computer then stack 4 more on top all with 1 USB cable. Compare it to: http://www.powerfile.com/portal.aspx?module=products/r200ROM/default.ascx Extended Warranty for the PowerFile costs $600 and the drive costs $3800. All we need is a little open source support and this will be nice to add to a Tivo or PVR for playback of your stacks of DVDs.


#5

Too expensive and doesnt even have a CD/DVD-ROM drive built in (now that would be really useful).


#6

p.s. THG has a brief review of this at :- http://www.tomshardware.com/storage/200504211/index.html


#7

yeah, it’s much too expensive for a storage… :frowning:


#8

This thing is SO old. It’s been in Aussie retail stores for what seems like years. Here’s the flash demo: http://punistation.fuyucorp.biz/opdicom.exe Kisses XXOOXX Jen


#9

Ok Yuk it’s a P.O.S. How could they make something like that without having a way to READ the discs? Thats crazy