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Tuesday, September 25, 2001
TEAC Japan ships "CD Data Crasher"


TEAC Japan ships a rather interesting "machine" for all companies who wish to "destroy" their CDs. The "DC-201" makes your CDs unreadable since it "pushing pressure convex concave scar system" at both sides of the media making the reading impossible. The system supports both 12cm and 8cm media and the total destruction time is about 20mins. No dust or any gasses are produced during the process. The price of the system is yet unknown and will start selling in Japan from middle of October.

Product Features:
Media: 12cm CD-R/CD-RW/CD-ROM
Processing speed: Approximately 20mins amount
Processing system: Pushing pressure convex concave scar system (both sides)
Processing number: Approximately 55/cm2
External size: 195(W) x 184(D) x 86(H) mm
Power source: AC100V 50/60Hz (private AC adapter)
Mass: 1.8kg
Accessory: AC adapter/instruction manual/guarantee

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