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Monday, March 21, 2005
ASUS combo CRW-5232A-T with SATA interface


High speed processing, simple installation and easier upgrade now available with the new SATA system

ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS) announced the CRW-5232A-T internal drive with SATA (Serial ATA) disc storage system for greater scalability, simpler installation, thinner cables and faster process. The CRW-5232A-T is capable of delivering 52X write and 32X rewrite. In addition, the CRW-5232A-T incorporates innovative technologies exclusivelsing speed (up to 1.5 Gb/s) while remaining backward compatible with Parallel ATA drivery from ASUS, including FlextraLink , FlextraSpeed , DDSS II and CAV (constant angular velocity) writing strategy. The ASUS CRW-5232A-T utilizes CAV/Z-CLV writing strategy to significantly shorten recording time and achieve higher average recording speed, compared to other high-speed CD-RW drives on the market.

Revolutionary SATA Interface
ASUS CRW-5232-T adopts the new SATA interface, which is the next generation internal storage interconnect designed to replace parallel ATA technology. SATA is the proactive evolution of the ATA interface from a parallel bus to serial bus architecture. This architecture overcomes the electrical constraints that induce difficulties in continued speed enhancements for the traditional parallel ATA bus. Major benefits of the new SATA interface include greater speed, simpler upgradeable storage devices and easier configuration.

For additional information about ASUS optical storage devices or other quality products, please visit the company website at http://www.asus.com.

Specifications:
- 52X Write/32X ReWrite/52X Read
- CAV (Constant Angular Velocity) Writing Strategy/ Z-CLV ReWrite
- FlextraLink Buffer Underrun Errors Prevention Technology
- FlextraSpeed Optimal Writing Speed Adjustment Technology
- Built-in DDSS II for Superior Vibration & Noise Control
- Proprietary AI Auto Speed Adjustment Technology
- High-Speed Digital Audio Extraction (Max. 52X) and VCD Data Extraction
- Mt. Rainier Supported
- Swift Data Recording: Burn a Full 650 MB CD in less than 2 1/2 Minutes
- Free Bundle of Latest Nero Software
- Supports MS-DOS, Windows XP/ 2000
- Supports DAO-RAW, TAO, DAO, SAO, Multi-Session, Packet Write, and Overburn
- Supports Multi-Formats: CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, Photo CD, Mixed Mode CD-ROM, CD-I, CD-Extra, CD Text, Video CD, DVCD, and Bootable CD
- Vertical/ Horizontal Mounting Available
- Windows XP Logo Certified
- SATA interface adopted


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