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TEAC Releases 12x10x32 High-Speed CD-ReWritable Drive

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TEAC Releases 12x10x32 High-Speed CD-ReWritable Drive

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TEAC America, Inc., a manufacturer of CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and CD-R/RW storage technology, has announced the release of its new 12x10x32 IDE-ATAPI CD-RW drive, an internal desktop PC peripheral used for the writing and rewriting of data and audio files Onto CD-Recordable and CD-ReWritable media.

The TEAC 12x10x32 CD-RW drive writes data or audio files at 12x (CD-R), rewrites at 10x (CD-RW), and can playback at 32x (CD-ROM) speeds. Three times as fast as the industry's standard 4x drives, the 12x10x32 is capable of writing an entire 650-MB CD-R in approximately 6 minutes, storing data and/or audio, including large presentations or graphics such as photos and home videos, according to the company. The CD-RW drive can also be used to record mixed-music CDs off a PC using downloaded WAV and MP3 files.

The new drive delivers a digital extraction rate of 20x and provides a smooth, even flow of data supported by a 4-MB data buffer. …

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