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Monday, 28 January 2008 14:24

Croatian start-up reinvents CD/DVD/BD case

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DistreeXXL Grips onto itself

A Croatian start-up company has surprised many with its genius, but very simply designed, product. The company, called Aclink has media boxes that can be attached one on top of another and are made from quality polymer material.

AC stands for "attachable case," which should help you organize your CD/ DVD/HD DVD and Blu-ray mess.  You can also write on the boxes as to what is inside, to make some sense and order of your collection, and there will be many color variations.  It's a bargain - 10 cases will cost some €3 in retail stores. 


The box looks very professional, and the guys who created it paid a lot of attention to detail; this product really meets high expectations. This is how it looks.

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