Easy To Use DVD Copy Software

There are times when you wish you had a backup copy of some essential software or of a way of making a copy of your prized DVD collection, well this post is to help you with the latter. Before I go any further I should tell you that it is illegal to make a copy of any DVD other than for personal use and even that may be frowned upon in certain countries so please check before making a purchase.

1 Click DVD Copy is one of the easiest programs I have used.

This latest version now utilizes CPRx™ error correction technology to ensure the highest level of success copying the latest generation of DVD movies.Now you can make a perfect copy of a DVD movie with just one click. Unlike other software with complex settings, 1CLICK DVD COPY™ 5 can be used by anyone to make perfect copies of DVD movies.

Key Features

  • CPRx™ technology for copying new DVD movies.
  • Integrated burn engine.
  • Make a high quality copy of just the movie or include the extras.
  • Copies Episodic DVD Movies; TV Series, etc.
  • Copy a DVD movie on one disc – no need to split.
  • Copy a movie to your hard drive – great for laptops.
  • Supports Dual Layer media.
  • Supports both NTSC and PAL DVD movies.
  • Free software updates and technical support for a year.

Unfortunately if you wish to copy DVD movies which are encrypted, you’ll also need to install a  decrypting software, which isn’t all that bad because it’s free.

I’ve been using it for awhile now and the only time it didn’t work was when I was using an outdated version. Once you purchase the software all updates are free for a year and it’s probably best to wait until you have a problem before paying for a new update. I didn’t have to do this until a year after the original registration ran out.

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Nintendo’s New DSi XL Vs Amazon Kindle

It seems that Nintendo is going to try and capture some of the eBook reader market with the release of it’s Nintendo’s New DSi XL. Abvailable in three colors, dark brown, wine red and classic white it’s main difference is the bigger 4.2″ screen. They are hoping the larger screen will be big enough to compete with the likes of Kindle’s Wireless Reading Device (6″ Display, Global Wireless, Latest Generation)

Naturally for those of us who are getting older and who’s eyesight isn’t what it’s used to be, we would pay the extra and go for the extravagant Kindle DX Wireless Reading Device (9.7″ Display, Global Wireless, Latest Generation)

As for the Nintendo, it’s a step in the right direction but I think it still has a little way to go.

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Converting Your iPod Touch To An iPhone

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A little while back I did a post called My iPod Touch Safari Won’t Work which explained how I managed to fix a problem I was having with Safari and my iPod Touch. I am so glad I posted that because it actually helped quite a few people that were having the same problem.

Since then I’ve been playing with my new toy quite a bit and I absolutely love it. There was a time when I wondered whether I should have bought the iPhone instead, but I am so glad I didn’t because I’ve worked out how to convert my iPod Touch to an iPhone! No bullshit.

It’s really quite easy, all you need do is download the Skype app, buy earphones that have a speaker capability, I use v-moda which are excellent, and then with the Skype app you are set to go. The only limitation is that you have to be near a Wi-Fi connection for it to work, but once it’s working you can make any Skype to Skype call for free. For a nominal cost you can also call any mobile or land line phone as well, probably cheaper than your regular mobile costs.

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Review Of Rank Arena 80cm Full HD LCD TV

I went out yesterday and bought myself a Rank Arena LCD TV for a very low $699 at Target. I was quite surprised to see that they actually advertised a Rank Arena TV for sale, let alone a 80cm full HD LCD TV, as I always thought they closed down years ago.

After a bit of Googling I found out that Target bought had the brand name and now use it as its own. The TV is actually made in China, which doesn’t bother me as almost everything is made there these days, and the fact that the TV comes with a replacement Target 12 mth.warranty means I didn’t have too much to lose.

So, I let the lady swipe my credit card, picked up the TV and got it home. It didn’t take long to connect it all up and the auto tuning worked perfectly. The clarity is superb, as you would expect from a TV with 1920 x 1080p resolution. It has to HDMI inputs, PC and audio in, S-Video, 2 AV in and one out and lastly a YPbPr IN component video input.

I half expected the sound to be really crappy but considering the TV only cost $699 I was quite impressed. It even has a surround setting.

Overall I thought that value for money it was a really great buy.

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Is Google G1 Enough To Trump Apple’s iPhone?

Google’s G1 seems to be the big thing in some Aussie News papers over the last couple of days but it seems we are a little behind the times. When I first heard of the G1 I thought it was the latest thing on the market, until I say this clip which was dated September 24th 2008. Shit, does that mean we are almost 5 months behind our friends in the States?

Anyway, after seeing the video, apart from the keypad, I don’t see that it has enough to offer to take too much market share away from the Apple iPhone, especially when you consider it is only offering 192MB memory compared to the 8GB-16GB offered by the iPhone.


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