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Wednesday, October 17, 2001
TEAC introduces CD-W28PU


The new CD-W28PUs equipment predetermine it for demanding business applications. The portable 8x/8x/24x drive with quality aluminium finish has multiple technological facets: the new USB 2.0 interface to which the drive can be connected, provides considerably higher transfer rates (up to 480 MB/s) as IEEE 1394 or Ultra SCSI for example. For those who do not have a USB 2.0 port, the CD-W28PU can also be operated on the conventional USB port, as it is fully downward compatible with the USB specification 1.1. The speed gain is a visible plus. With both burning and data reading the difference to the USB 1.1 is clearly noticeable.

The producers of the attractively designed drive with a burning performance of 8x in write and rewrite mode and a reading speed of 24x, report that it can attain data transfer rates of 1.2 MB in the write mode (CD-R and CD-RW) and 3.6 MB in the read mode. The average access time is approx. 110 milliseconds. The 2MB intermediate memory (buffer) is also used to save data into the main memory of the PC and to free the data from there as and when necessary. This enables continual data access, and thereby optimizes burning results.

The CD-W28PU is compatible with Windows 98SE, ME, Windows 2000 and XP. Pre-mastering software for this operating system is included in the delivery. The standards High Sierra, ISO 9660, CD-DA, CD-ROM Mode 1 and 2, CD-ROM XA form 1 and 2, CD-i, Video CD, Multisession, CD PLUS, CD Text are all supported. The drive supports Disk-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Session-at-Once and Packet Writing in the recording mode.

The new TEAC CD-W28PU kit is delivered with a CD-R and CD-RW blank, the necessary connection cables, a network adapter and a manual in several languages. The drive will be available from specialist shops and major electronics outlets.


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