Like paintings, plants, and cold hard cash, memories can wilt into puddles of green mush if not properly preserved. Protect precious moments with today’s Groupon from Honestech, Inc. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a Honestech Audio Recorder 2.0 Plus with shipping included (a $64.94 value).
- For $35, you get a Honestech VHS To DVD 4.0 Deluxe with shipping included (an $84.94 value).<p>
Honestech’s multimedia equipment transfers music and videos from obsolete formats into DVDs, Blu-rays, and MP3s by way of home PC. The Honestech VHS To DVD 4.0 Deluxe converts old footage of a graduation—or a third grader storming out of school after hearing of Pluto’s demotion—stored in VHS, betamax, and VHS-C formats into easily accessible DVDs and Blu-rays with a computer interface, featuring an easy wizard mode for direct transfers. Stocked with a supply of transitions and special effects, the editing program revitalizes old videos before a bonus LightScribe program succinctly labels and adorns each disc. Old cassettes, LPs, and eight-tracks replicate their tunes and speeches to MP3 or CD with a Honestech Audio Recorder 2.0, which improves sound quality while separating tracks into distinct entities and making it easier to skip between a Top 40 hit and a cousin chanting in Latin. Both AV modernizers include shipping directly to your door, allowing patrons revamp media in the comfort of their own homes.
Honestech.com's virtual shelves brim with multimedia equipment that transfers media from obsolete formats to DVDs, Blu-rays, and MP3s. Their flagship product is the VHS to DVD 5.0 Deluxe, which converts old VHS, Betamax, or VHS-C footage to DVD or Blu-ray. Step-by-step directions guide beginners through conversion process, and editing tools allow advanced users to delete unwanted scenes, add transitions, or share content online. Aside from media-conversion kits, Honestech.com proffers software downloads, such as Claymation Studio 3.0 Standard, which allows bourgeoning directors to cast their own teddy bears in stop-motion films about the meaning of life. Rounding out the inventory, photo products, surveillance equipment, and music recorders outfit homes with the tools to create and keep watch over new media.