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Monday, September 10, 2001
MET announces "CQ8080A"


MET has announced a new external portable CD-RW drive with the codename" CQ8080A". The drive support 8x writing, 4x re-writing and 24x reading. MET says that the new model has "anti-heat improvement", which means that no cooling fan is needed. The model can be connected with CardBus / USB / (IEEE-1394 optional) interfaces , too bad no USB 2.0 :(

Specifications:
Interface : Card Bus (standard) / USB / ( IEEE - 1394 optional)
Data transfer rate : 16.7MB (PIO4, DMA Mode2)
Read / write speed : Writing: 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x (CD-RW 4x max)
Reading: 1 ~ 24x (CD-RW 14x max)
Access Time: 150msec or less
Installation: Horizontal
Dimensions: 137mm (W) x 162mm (D) x 23mm (H)
Writing mode: Track at once, disc at once, multisession, packet writing, session at once
Buffer memory: 2MBytes



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