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Monday, July 26, 2004
BTC Releases 52X Combo Drive: BCO5232IM


After its success with the 52X Combo Drive, BTC now introduces the BCO 5232IM. Responding to the customer's needs, the drive combines the powerful functions of a CD-RW drive and a DVD-ROM drive, burning CDs at 52X and reading DVDs at 16X.

The BCO 5232IM uses the latest technologies for top performance. The unique SuperLink Burn Proof Technology ensures that your CD burning will run to completion, even while running other applications at the same time on your PC. The Detached Suspension System provides four dampers to prevent shock and vibration while reading from or writing to media. This allows your system to run quietly and smoothly at the highest speeds. Built with Microsoft?s Mount Rainier Technology, simply ?drag & drop? the files you wish to burn as with a floppy disk drive. BTC?s performance enhancing technology gives you the best CD/DVD reading or writing experience.

The 52X Combo Drive is bundled with CyberLink?s PowerDVD software, allowing you to not only read and write CD?s, but to also enjoy DVD movies. Even with PowerDVD?s impressive functions, the interface is still easy to use even for the novice users.

In this new competitive digital era, the BCO 5232IMCombo drive gives you best quality, effective performance, unmatched reliability and cutting-edge technology for all your optical drive needs. The 52X BTC Combo optimizes and enhances your PC experience all in one drive.

Features:
- 52X CD-R Write, 32X CD-RW Rewrite
- 52X CD-ROM Read , 16X DVD-ROM Read
- Standard E-IDE/ATAPI interface, easy to install
- Supports all kinds of CD formats
- Supports Buffer Underrun Prevention technology

SPECIFICATIONS
InterfaceE-IDE/ATAPI
Disc data capacityCD-ROM: 74min/650MB, 80min/700MBDVD-ROM: Single layer 4.7GB, Dual layer 8.5GB (one side)
Reading Supported FormatDVD-Video, DVD-ROM, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Photo CD, CD-TEXT, Video CD, CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-UDF, Multi-Session
Writing Supported FormatCD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Photo CD, CD-TEXT, Video CD, CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-UDF, Multi-Session
Writing methodsTAO (Track at Once), DAO (Disc at Once), SAO (Session at Once), Multi-Session, Packet Writing
Writing speedCD-R 7800KB/sec (52X, CAV)
CD-RW 4800KB/sec (32X, P-CAV)
Data transfer rateCD-ROM 7800KB/sec (52X, CAV)
CD-RW 6000KB/sec (40X, CAV)
DVD-5 21632KB/sec (16X, CAV)
DVD-9 13520KB/sec (10X,CAV)
Access timeCD/DVD 110/120 ms
Disc loadingTray (motorized)
Dimensions(WxHxD) 148.6 x 41.8x 193.3mm
Weight1 kgs
Operating temperature5C ~ 45C



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