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July 3, 2006

iLoad: Move songs from a CD to your iPod — without a computer or Internet connection


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From the website:

    iLoad™ — The CD-to-iPod® Music Transfer System

    The iLoad™ is the first device that allows you to load a CD directly onto any type of docking iPod® in minutes without the need for a computer or Internet connection.

    The portable device converts music on a CD into a compressed MP3 file format and transfers the files directly to the iPod you connect to it.

    An entire CD, or only the individual tracks you select, can be transferred in approximately 8 minutes or less, and the device has an internal database that automatically adds the artist, song, and album information to the iPod as the music is loaded.

    A built-in audio output jack allows you to connect a set of your own headphones to listen to tracks and decide whether to transfer them, and the controls are top-mounted for easy access.

    The transfer system also charges your iPod while plugged in and the unit can be connected to a computer via USB to download new music title, artist, and album data as it becomes available on a weekly basis.

    Small enough to pack in a suitcase, backpack, or briefcase, the system is lightweight and easy to use, simplifying digital music transfer in the home, at the office, or when traveling without access to a computer — and there is no software to install.

    • 11/2"H x 6-3/4"W x 7-1/2"L.

    • Transfer cable included.

    • Plugs into AC.

    • Weighs 1 lb.


There's a video demo on the website.


$249.95 (iPod not included).

July 3, 2006 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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