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Stanford Design Team Cracks Problem of Loose DiscsNew DiscHub organizes mini-mounds of DVDs, CDs, and Games (September 15, 2004)
Live the Dream announced today that widespread distribution of the
"Now I can just slip DVDs and CDs into it instead of queuing them up in a pile on my desk, meaning there's much less of a chance to scuff or scratch them," wrote the Editor of Gizmodo, the Gadgets Weblog. (http://www.gizmodo.com/archives/dischub-review-imteview-021115.php)
"This is a must-have product or gift idea for anyone who has discs piled up on their desk or entertainment areas, and wants organization with style," said Jonathan Bruck, co-creator of the DiscHub. "It's also the only product on the market that provides a solution for temporary storage of discs that are being actively used."
The DiscHub is a 7.5" long upside down "V" channel trimmed with a soft neoprene layer. It holds up to 11 discs safely and securely between soft neoprene-lined slots.
The DiscHub comes in five au courant colors including Satin Blue, See Through, Kiwi Green, Ruby Red and Storm Trooper (white). The DiscHub is available at http://www.theDiscHub.com and costs $15.99 including shipping and handling. Tell four friends about the DiscHub and the cost is $7.99 including shipping and handling.
The DiscHub was designed by Alex de Rouvray while still a student at Stanford. The company has been manufacturing the product for several months and recently inked an affiliate agreement with a leader in the online DVD rental market whereby consumers who access the DiscHub site, and join the rental service receive a DiscHub free.
The DiscHub is one of several products designed and marketed by Alex de Rouvray and Jonathan Bruck and is distributed in the United States through Live The Dream, LLC.
For more information visit www.thedischub.com.
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