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There is a better, pro version that allows for a much more extensive feature set; I think this should be included in the already-expensive price of the Disc Stakka. So, for the casual home-user, one might be best off staying with their binder, especially if the binder normally collects dust anyway. And the fact that the entire tower can be powered by a single USB connection is mind-blowingly efficient. The slot-loading mechanism up front is merely a loading bay; there is no drive or optics present in this device whatsoever. With a five-stage tower, this thing would be a monster—So there is definitely a trade off between automation, physical space, and economy. The industrial design of this mechanism is genius.

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Disc Stakka saved me. Upon insertion of a disc into the Disc Stakka, a dialogue box asks if the disc is new or if it is being returned. So, the moral of the story is, one still should backup their hard drive to a imatipn that can be accessed easily without any supporting software. This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page.

In terms of organization, this could end up as a bigger headache than a hard drive crash, having to eject, scan, and re-catalog all of the discs. Imattion so, while I still have my installers for programs like the Adobe Photoshop 3 demo, and the original Macromedia Flash, I also have an organizational nightmare on my hands. So, for the casual home-user, one might be best off staying with their binder, especially if the binder normally collects dust anyway.

The contents of ejected discs can be searched and browsed as well, so even for use without the Disc Stakka at all, this software can be very helpful for cataloging optical disc collections in an intelligent and automatic way.

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2x Imation Disc Stakka Automated CD / DVD Stackable Storage Carousel | eBay

In brief, the Disc Stakka is a combination jukebox, Lazy Susan, and databased storage-solution. At only to MB per disc, I used to find myself making volume after volume of spanned discs. One browses the Disc Stakka unit by disc, and once the unit has had entries added, one can see the basic contents of each disc and its folders in order to browse and search for specific contents.

I generally think this ztakka a very high-quality, intelligent product.

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Bonus Haiku I drown in shiny discs, searching for my data. Its internal and inaccessible carousel holds five-inch optical discs sorry, no mini-CDs for you. The slot-loading mechanism up front is merely a loading bay; there is no drive or optics present in this device whatsoever.

Despite Playskool styling, the Disc Stakka seems to bring a stkaka to the table. And just when you think that might be all… you can supposedly use up to of these towers, connected to a computer via USB hubs, all with the same database.

Especially with a really huge system of multiple towers? The industrial design of this mechanism is genius. The USB cable is supplied. Dsc is a better, pro version that allows for a much more extensive feature set; I think this should be included in the already-expensive price of the Disc Stakka.

2x Imation Disc Stakka Automated 100 CD / DVD Stackable Storage Carousel

The dialogue box also stakkka up when a disc is inserted into the PC drive, so one can skip the initial Disc Stakka load and catalog the disc in advance of storage. The unit, although very large, is USB bus-powered, and requires no additional power adapter. Their shockingly lightweight Disc Stakka, which stylistically resembles something syakka a restaurant booster chair for toddlers, is designed to rid me and the rest of the world of our optical backup woes.

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With a five-stage tower, this thing would be a monster—So there is definitely a trade off between automation, physical space, and economy. I think that the marginal benefit of a device like this increases as the number of units increase.

But I do have a few small complaints. It would only make sense to put the disc into the Stakka first if it had no way of being automatically cataloged.

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When one needs to access a specific disc, a simple right-click allows you to eject the specific disc so that it can be used.

The OpdiTracker software sorts its discs by whether they are currently being stored or if they are ejected, and one staoka even keep stamka of ejected discs by giving their last known whereabouts, or to whom they were lent.

Secondly, the OpdiTracker software packaged with the device is not fully upgraded.

And the fact that the entire tower can be powered by a single USB connection is mind-blowingly efficient.