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On-Board CD Storage

Keep your CDs where you most need them
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A small device to store CDs, the same size as a CD-ROM drive, could be fitted into a spare drive bay on the front of your pc.
It would be able to store CDs in simple little sleeves that you could pull out to gain access to discs. Would hold 10-20 CDs.

Perfect storage for CDs that keeps them neatly tidied away with no need for space-consuming CD towers and stacks of cases.

NickTheGreat, Oct 12 2002

Hewlitt-Packard's website http://www.hp.com
Doesn't seem to mention it anywhere, but from the pics it looks like all the Pavilion models come with this. [nick_n_uit, Oct 13 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

35 CD's at once http://www.mosaic-s...cd_dvd_force_28.htm
Why change CD's at all? Read them all at once. [IVnick8or, Oct 13 2002]

Baked. HP Pavilion 531W http://www.epinions...content_71095127684
"And don't forget the little CD storage tray built into the top of the machine!" [IVnick8or, Oct 13 2002]

On Board CD-ROM http://www.redcross.../onboard/cdrom.html
[Amos Kito, Oct 13 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       What does *that* have to do with anything?
NickTheGreat, Oct 12 2002
  

       I actually like this idea. At work where I do listen to CD's via pc, my unplayed are usually stacked in a messy pile, that has a tendency to throw itself on the floor whenever I move something on my desk. For that reason, I +
blissmiss, Oct 12 2002
  

       Baked, although currently of limited popularity: My HP Pavilion 900-series came with this. Lessee if I can find a link in under 15 mins.
nick_n_uit, Oct 13 2002
  

       Sorry [n_n_u] faster fingers wins every time.
IVnick8or, Oct 13 2002
  

       why not use one of those multi-disc CD-ROM's i used to see in my local library?
ironfroggy, Jan 04 2003
  

       Because they're expensive.
egnor, Jan 04 2003
  
      
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