NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Why would you let more than 650 of your favorite Playmates celebrate the holidays in a damp garage, stashed under your bed or crowded together in the basement, when you can bring them all together beneath the mistletoe this year? An historic offering from Bondi Digital Publishing, every issue of Playboy magazine—from 1953 to 2010—is now available on a pocket-sized, travel-friendly 250GB hard drive.
There are over 650 issues and more than 100,000 pages covering a span of 56 years—all accessible on The Playboy Cover to Cover Hard Drive ($299.95), a USB bus-powered portable device that allows users to search, view, explore and organize the entire archive of digital editions—no power cord necessary. The device is hot swappable, so there’s no need to restart after installation on your MAC or PC. Users have immediate access to every issue from that first iconic Playboy featuring Marilyn Monroe in December 1953, all the way to the December 2009 edition featuring Chelsea Handler– and every issue, award-winning article and advertisement in between.
“This is the first time that Playboy, one of the most influential brands on the globe, has offered their entire archive in one place,” said Murat Aktar, co-founder of Bondi Digital Publishing. “We’re proud to partner with Playboy to bring more than five decades of thought-provoking articles, celebrity interviews and stunning photography to the consumer in a whole new way.”
The high-performance, aluminum hard drive measures 3” x 5”, easily fits inside a briefcase or jacket pocket and includes 200GBs of extra room on the drive to store other documents. For more information visit www.playboyarchive.com.
ABOUT BONDI DIGITAL PUBLISHING:
Bondi continues to set the standard for user-friendly, searchable digital magazine archives. In 2010, Rolling Stone magazine began offering its entire print history at www.rollingstone.com powered by Bondi’s new online digital publishing platform. Founded in 2004, Bondi pioneered digital magazine archives when The New Yorker selected the company to develop the software platform behind the Complete New Yorker, an eight DVD-ROM set containing almost 500,000 print pages.
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