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Tuesday, January 03, 2006
RIDATA at CES Show


RIDATA will showcase its latest memory card optical storage media at the CES show, which will be held i the US from January 5 to 8, 2006.

The company will exhibit 16x DVD+R/16x DVD-R, 8x DVD+R DL/4x DVD-R DL, 8x DVD+RW/6X DVD-RW and 5x DVD-RAM as well as the next-generation blue ray discs with storage up to 25GB BD-RE, 15GB HD DVD-R (recordable), 15GB HD DVD-RW (re-recordable) and 20GB HD DVD-RAM (rewritable).

Besides RIDATA will also showcase the branded high-speed memory cards, USB drives, MP3, PMP, solar cell and the TOPY series of products for Dataplay microdisc.

The memory card with preloaded/prepaid content against duplication is expected to be the key exhibit during 2006 CES for RIDATA. Mobile phones with 3G and MP3 applications will be the driving force for downloading files and music from Internet, so memory cards will perform more than a simple storage device. These contents will be protected with DRM technology. Later, a series of SD/MMC cards will be launched to support all compatible players.

The next application of SD/MMC cards are expected to support mobile business, credit card payment via mobile phone, MRT tickets, cash card for shopping and on-line monetary transaction.

Furthermore, RIDATA will exhibit a series of new consumer electronics, including the slim TV box for notebook. RIDATA T100 USB DVB-T is as big as a USB driver, supporting MPEG-2 video recording, schedule recording, time shift and EPG. Users may watch digital TV through computer any time and anywhere without missing any favorite program. RIDATA USB EZ Drive will have new edition during CES, too. The RIDATA Laser Pointer USB Drive of the latest patented design focuses on the added value of software, such as, Auto Login, Mobile Favorites, Flash Mail and Secret Zip to secure data.

Besides each kind of storage medium as above products, for the products of multimedia playback, RIDATA's OLE series include MP3 player and PMP (Portable Media Player). The company will establish a trial area for visitors to use and enjoy their MP3 players, such as, OLE3000, OLE2000 and OLE2100 to listen to music, as well as, Mini Writer, Photocopier and PVP-R (Personal Video Player-Record) of the TOPY series.


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