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Saturday, January 26, 2002
Freecom announces FX-1 USB2.0 recorder


Quality featuring top design - the FX-1 combines cool design with the ultimate in technology. The writer burns at 16 speed, rewrites at 10 speed and reads at 40 speed. The hi-speed drive has a USB 2.0 interface which allows Plug-and-Play for maximum performance. As always, safety is a priority: in addition to buffer underrun prevention technology the FX-1 also features Active Write ControlÔ

Freecom's AWCÔ detects the maximum speed of the blank CD and then optimises the write speed. Damaged CDs become a thing of the past. The integrated ON/OFF power function switches the writer off automatically, saving the electricity used during standby. The Freecom FX-1 stands out from the crowd with its cool and dynamic design. The blue and white writer is slightly sloped and features a closed front panel. The CD drawer is fully integrated - it opens and slides out at the touch of a button.

Burn CDs quickly and reliably when you're out and about. As well as simple to install and operate the Freecom FX-1 is ultra-fast. It is easily connected to every PC via the USB 2.0 interface. With this writer you are equipped for fully flexible assignments, whatever the location or time. The Freecom FX-1 is the ideal companion for all users who are on the go. Simple installation and operation ensures that you have no problems changing between workstations. Use the FX-1 to store your holiday snaps on CD, save data when you're out of the office or create multimedia CDs. You can get started right away, thanks to the software and blank CD supplied.

The Freecom writer comes with a USB 2 connection cable which is downwards compatible with standard USB-1 ports, blank CD and manual in 12 European languages. The box also includes a wide range of software. Besides Roxio's Easy CD Creator and Direct CD burning software Freecom has also included the music software Liquid Audio to create and burn MP3 files. Freecom offers perfect support for the FX-1: a 2-year guarantee with an on-site replacement service. The future is simple.

The Freecom FX-1 will be available from February 2002 at a price of €249 (recommended retail price).


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