Using the TraxCatcher is as simple as plugging it into the wall, tuning your favorite station as you would any FM radio and returning several hours later to an MP3 player of near perfectly cut, high quality MP3 files. You can grab and go with the MP3 player or use its completely integrated USB 2.0 connection to drop them on your computer to have them tagged with artist and song information and sorted for you.
The first model, the TraxCatcher Classic is designed as a very simple and easy to use entry-level product. Pre-sales begin today on the Time Trax website and delivery is slated for March 2006. Its MSRP will be $159.99.
TimeTrax was conceived in 2004 by Toronto software developer G. Scott MacLean. (Photo: Business Wire) [January 8, 2006]
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