The ExeMode CDR-300 mini stereo system is a cheap boombox from Japanese company KFE with a single redeeming quality: you put in a CD and it turns its cuts into MP3 or WMA files, slamming them down onto an SD card or USB key.
Unfortunately, for some reason the ExeMode can't handle SD cards that hold over 1GB. That sucks, but perhaps the most remarkable aspect of his box is its price, quoted at $60. We abandoned CDs long ago, but if you haven't, this might be a convenient way to quickly snag some of those songs on a flash card.
EXEMODE CDR-300 copies your CD onto SD for €46 [Akihabara News]