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A small gadget to store audio and video
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Undated-AP -- Micro Solutions is selling a gadget called the RoadStor that comes in handy when you are on the road.

RoadStor allows you to burn C-Ds, play D-V-Ds and store music and photos.

It can be used as an M-P-Three player and a digital photo viewer.

RoadStor is a portable devise, about the size of a V-H-S tape, but has a built-in six-in-one flash memory card reader and a U-S-B two-point-oh port.

The devise can connect to a P-C or Mac as well as to a television.

Debbie Armstrong with Micro Solutions says RoadStor is very easy to use and can be used with or without a computer.

Its portability comes from a detachable lithium ion battery pack.

RoadStor's suggested retail price is 249 dollars.

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