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Sunday, November 07, 1999
More about the AVO-Card-Rs


From yesterday posting about Card.21-XS we got several email asking what is this and how it looks..You can read more about this here :

"..AVO-Card-Rs are a convenient way to provide portable multimedia marketing materials to consumers, customers and potential clients. No awkward jewel cases, no high shipping charges due to jewel case weight. A full 12 MB of text, computer graphics, CD audio, video CD, video image, animation and HTML code which can link directly to the World Wide Web

The Avo-Card-R is much like a normal business card in terms of use. It is 80 mm long, 56 mm wide. Until recently, there was a lack of "crossover" media to link the "cyber" and real worlds. CD-ROMs have proven unacceptable to consumers because of size and cumbersome jewel cases.

A special UV protective layer is added to minimize damage from direct sunlight. The AVO-Card-R meets ISO 9660 standards. Studies on this product show it can be used with the following high-speed CD-R drives and CD-ROM reader brands: TEAC, Compro, Acer, Toshiba, Mitsumi, Ricoh, Sony, Matsushita, Panasonic, Plextor, Hewlett Packard, Caravelle and Phillips.."



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