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Tuesday, June 05, 2001
Taipei 2001: Actima ships 20x writing CD-RW drive

"...Actima is pleased to announce its new CD-RW solution, the ARW 2010A. It is a 20x write, 10x rewrite, and 40x read internal E-IDE/ATAPI model, perform not only as a CD-ROM but also feature CD-R and CD-RW recording functionality which empowers backing-up valuable data using seamless link* technology and create archives in the most dependable and cost-effective way.

The new drives and discs will follow the latest CD-RW standard, called the Orange Book Part III, Volume 2, and Version 1.0. With the seamless link technology and 2 MB of data buffer memory, users can make writing procedure without buffer-under-run and insure smooth data stream and worry-free CD writing every time. ARW 2010A provides mastering software for the customers allowing multiple recording methods: Track-at Once, Disk-at Once, Session at Once, Packet Writing, and Multi Session -- and comes free with one CD-R and one CD-RW..."

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