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Tuesday, May 22, 2001
MSI announces StarSpeed MS-8312 CD-RW Drive


"...MSI today introduces its new 12x8x32 CD-RW drive-StarSpeed MS-8312. The new 12x8x32 CD-RW drive represents MSI's efforts to meet business and consumer demands for faster performance. The StarSpeed MS-8312 CD-RW features Seamless Link technology, which ensures fault-tolerant CD burning. The StarSpeed MS-8312 features 12X CD-recording, 8X CD-rewriting, and 32X max CD-playback, making it among the fastest CD-RW drives available on the market today. Average random access time is a very fast 85ms, which provides for high-speed database searches.

The internal MS-8312 drive has an E-IDE (ATAPI-4) Interface and it supports a wide variety of CD format and writing modes. The drive also offers the lowest cost per megabyte and highest level of compatibility over any alternative storage solution. The StarSpeed 12/8/32 CD-RW drive includes the well-known Nero CD Recording software, which supports just about every feature you could want in a CD-burning suite. The drive also comes with one blank CD-RW media for an enhanced "out-of-the-box" customer experience..."



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