Keep Track Of Your DVDs, CDs And Books With The Flic UPC Barcode Scanner

Posted: Nov 2 2006, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:16am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Keep Track of your DVDs, CDs and Books with the Flic UPC Barcode Scanner
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If you have a large DVD or CD collection here is a great gadget that helps keep track of them.

The Microvision Flic Scanner scans the barcodes on the DVD or CDs and with media management software you can easily catalog your entire media collection in no time.
With a memory for 500 UPC bar codes you can scan offline and then synchronize the codes into the media management software.
This scanner is also a great way to keep track of the DVDs and CDs you lend to your friends.

Cyber Guys sells the Flic Barcode scanner without media management software for $99.97.
The Flic Scanner bundled with Collectorz music collector, movie collector and book collector software sells for $199.95 directly from Microvision. They throw in a free docking station right now.

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