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Tuesday, June 25, 2002
YAMAHA chooses TOAST software budle for two external MAC-compatible recorders


Yamaha Electronics Corporation announces that Roxio’s Toast Lite will be bundled with two CRW-F1 external recorders––the CRW-F1ZSX (SCSI) and dual interface CRW-F1ZDX (FireWire/USB 2.0) both developed specifically for the Macintosh user. Yamaha’s external CRW-F1 sports a new sleek design, with new innovative features making it the Ultimate CD-Recorder!

Yamaha remains dedicated to supporting the Macintosh interface with two new external drives designed for the Mac––the CRW-F1ZSX offers a SCSI interface popular among classic Mac users and the CRW-F1ZDX with its Dual interface FireWire/USB 2.0 for Mac users who desire ultra-fast FireWire compatibility. Providing Roxio’s Toast Lite, the most Mac-friendly CD Recording solution to date is part of Yamaha’s dedication to providing top-of-the-line products to Mac users.

"The new sleek external design or the CRW-F1 was developed with the consummate Mac user in mind." states Gharapetian. "Toast Lite was the final ingredient to make the Ultimate Macintosh CD Recorder."

"We are excited that Yamaha chose Roxio as the preferred choice for CD recording,'' said Tom Shea, chief operating officer at Roxio. " Roxio's Toast is a clear leader in the Macintosh space and provides consumers with the most robust burning software available in the market.''

For more information, visit www.yamahamultimedia.com where eight press releases/puzzle pieces will come together to tell Yamaha CRW-F1’s story. Roxio’s Toast Lite is the seventh installment; the final release will bring the CRW-F1 full-circle and will be posted on Thursday. Each release has detailed a different outstanding feature of the industry’s finest CD-R series to show why the CRW-F1 is The Ultimate CD Recorder.

For product and sales information, contact Yamaha Electronics Corporation, Multimedia Products Division, 6660 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, CA 90620; www.yamaha.com; telephone (714) 522-9011.


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