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Downloading to DVD
By: KC Morgan
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    The Qflix is available as part of Dell package deals, but you can also buy the device by itself. Currently, this product retails for around $120 USD, but it is still new to the market.

    This external drive comes with Roxio Venue software. Qflix requires Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft XP to function. Your computer must also have at least 512 MB of RAM and Pentium 4 processing to properly run the Qflix.

    CinemaNow software also comes standard with the device. This software package must be downloaded onto your computer before you can start to burn DVDs with Qflix, as it is currently necessary to go through CinemaNow for your Qflix flicks.

    Inside CinemaNow

    CinemaNow offers a huge selection of DVDs for rent or purchase, including all the newest movie titles. The site offers a free, 3-day trial for those who want to try the service on for size before buying. This trial period is a good idea for first-time buyers, as CinemaNow is a paid subscription service. A monthly contract with CinemaNow costs $29.95 per payment The annual subscription is offered at $99.95. With each offer, the first three days of service are yours to receive free of charge. With the subscription, you'll be able to choose from a wide library which contains thousands of titles for your viewing pleasure.

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