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PRESS RELEASE: Kanguru Solutions Product Copies Flash Card Data to CD
MILLIS, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 22, 2004--Kanguru Solutions unveiled the KanguruFC-RW, a portable flash card burner that allows digital camera users to copy flash card data onto a CD without a computer.
"This device is extremely portable and easy to use. Simply plug it into any wall socket, insert a blank CD, a flash card and easily make copies of your photos to hand out to friends and family or business contacts," said Nate Cote, vice president of product management at Kanguru Solutions.
The Kanguru FC-RW works with seven different media types including Compact Flash, IBM Micro Drive, Smart Media, Secure Digital, Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro and Multimedia Cards.
Additionally, the KanguruFC-RW can be used as an external USB2.0 36x CD-RW or 7-in-1 card reader when connected to a USB2.0 port (backwards compatible with USB1.1) on a computer. Selling for $199.95, the KanguruFC-RW also works as a portable CD player when plugged into any wall socket.
"This product is especially beneficial for mobile users who don't have easy access to a computer or card reader while on the road," said Cote.
A division of Interactive Media Corporation, Kanguru Solutions manufactures high quality, secure and portable computer storage peripherals that have provided consumers with secure back-up solutions for more than a decade. Interactive Media Corp. was established in Massachusetts in 1992. For more information on Kanguru Solutions, visit their web site at www.kanguru.com.
(First posted on Thursday, January 22, 2004 at 16:55 EST)