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Since opening its headquarters in Silicon Valley in 1990, Plextor has introduced numerous generations of award-winning optical storage products, including CD-ROM, CD-Recordable, and CD-ReWritable drives.
Worldwide Computer Products News-16 August 2000-New range of HP CD-Rewritable drives to be launched (C)1995-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The company introduced the first programmable CD-recording system in 1988, the first 2x speed CD recording system in 1990, the first 4x half-height CD-R drive in 1993, the first 4x speed writing CD ReWritable drive in 1997 and the first 4x speed rewriting CD-ReWritable drive in 1998.
It is a manufacturer that delivers CD-rewritable drives and media.
where he managed the worldwide sales and marketing of CD-Writers and was responsible for the establishment of CD-ReWritable as a global standard.
The StartX SP2 will offer the option of adding a CD-ReWritable (CD-RW) drive, giving customers the ability to burn their own CDs with music or data for easy transfer and archiving.
2 /PRNewswire/ -_ On the cutting edge of mobile computing, Trogon Computer Corporation announces today the availability of internal CD-Rewritable drives as an option with its Qualitas and Excellens series notebook computers.
Yamaha has been the world leader in CD-recorder development since the late 1980s, introducing the first programmable CD-recording system in 1988, the first 2X speed CD recording system in 1990, the first 4X half-height CD-R drive in 1993, the first 4X speed writing CD-ReWritable drive in 1997 and the first 4X speed rewriting CD-ReWritable drive in 1998.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley since 1990, Plextor has introduced numerous generations of award-winning optical storage products, including CD-ROM, CD-Recordable, CD-ReWritable, and DVD+R/RW drives.
Yamaha has been the leader in CD-recorder development since the late 1980s, introducing the first programmable CD-recording system in 1988, the first 2X speed CD recording system in 1990, the first 4X half-height CD-R drive in 1993, the first 4X speed writing CD ReWritable drive in 1997 and the first 4X speed rewriting CD-ReWritable drive in 1998.
NEW YORK, PC Expo, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG), a leader in optical storage and PC peripherals, today introduced two new CD-ReWritable kits that will enable consumers to inexpensively record and rerecord to a worldwide-compatible format: the Compact Disc.
In addition to recording, rewriting, and reading DVD discs at multiple speeds, the unit also supports 16X CD-Recordable, 10X CD-ReWritable, and 40X CD-Read.