Believe me, I know of one person who thought he could transfer some computer files onto a CD by pressing the CD against his computer monitor.
The new Kodak AutoMagic Self-Burning CD-R is for such folks. The disc has built-in software to copy photos, back up important documents and store music. It is essentially a CD-R pre-loaded with an autoplay application.
When this CD-R is placed in a computer the application pops up on the screen and the user can select and record images, music and other files with just a few clicks. Kodak says the software takes up little space, leaving 90% of the disc space free for storing content.
Users can preview, rotate and select photos and even record them directly from a digital camera. The discs also can be read into home video players and compilations of MP3 or WMA music can be made with KODAK AutoMagic CDs and played on any device that supports those formats.
The KODAK AutoMagic CD-R is available now at $5 for a two-pack.
[Site: Kodak Media Products]