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Monday, January 13, 2003
TEAC announces 32X (CD-232E) CD-ROM drive for notebooks


With the CD-232E, TEAC presents a 32x CD-ROM drive that is not only fast, but also extremely compact (12.7 mm in height) and lightweight (280 g), making it the ideal component for any notebook. The drive has an enhanced IDE interface and is compatible with all standard CD formats.

Specifications:
Transfer Rate max. 3.6 MB/s
Interface ATAPI/IDE
Access Time 130 ms (average)
Buffer Size 512 KB
Compatibility CD-ROM Mode-1, CD-DA. CD-ROM XA Mode-2, Photo CD. CD-I, Video CD, CD PLUS, CD-RW
Power Consumption 2,5 Watt
Weight 280 g
MTBF approx. 60,000 hrs


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