Nero Moves into Australia

Nero 9 and Nero Move released.

Liquid media technology vendor Nero, has launched two new products into the Australian market today.

The first, Nero 9, provides consumers with one program to create, edit, copy, rip, backup and convert media files, as well as to transfer these to their chosen portable device.

Nero Move it is designed to sync with a variety of portable devices, as well as to transfer selected files to multiple devices simultaneously.

The Nero 9 suite has been upgraded from its predecessor, with a new user-interface, a movie wizard template library, and a music grabber. Nero Move it is new to the Australian market however, and aims to take care of the information dilemmas faced by consumers by synching their various media sources.

The Nero 9 suite will be retailing at $199.99, and the Nero Move it at $69.99. Both products should be hitting the Australian marketplace at the end of October.

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Naomi Hamilton

Techworld Australia
Topics: nero
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