A digital converter box that can convert digital files into a number of formats has been launched in Sydney.
Key points: The digital converter is a tiny, portable unit that can transform files into any format imaginableThe converter can convert files from Apple, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneGuide, SkyDrive, Google Docs, Microsoft Office 365, OneNote and more.
The project, called the Digital Converter Box, was started by the digital media company Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Compliance and Enforcement group.
The converter was developed by a small team of engineers, which include an IT professional, a lawyer and an IT consultant.
It is the latest in a series of digital converter boxes that have been developed by the organisation.
The company says it has a strong record of innovation and the converter is no different.
“We have been working on this project for over a year now, and we have been able to leverage the expertise of our team of developers to deliver an extremely portable and easy-to-use solution,” digital media developer and co-founder, Jason Rutter, said.
“The converter is the first in our line of products to be designed and manufactured with the goal of simplifying the conversion process.”
Mr Rutter said the conversion of files from digital files to digital files was an extremely difficult task, particularly in the digital era, but he was confident the converter would be successful.
“It’s a huge step forwards,” he said.
“It allows us to convert files into formats that will be able to be stored online.”
For example, if you have a Dropbox file, you can easily send it to a server to convert it into a PDF or an eBook, and then transfer it back to your device.
“Then, if your devices media management system allows, you’ll be able view the file and download it directly from the device.
This is a great solution for those of us who want to keep our files online, or to share them with family and friends.”‘
Great technology’The converter will cost $499.99.
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