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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Cebit 2001 Show

7. Compro

Compro in Cebit 2001

Recorders

Compro in the Cebit 2001 show presented their portable MP3/CDR-W drive with the code name "PDS-MJ". The drive supports 4x writing, 4x re-writing, 20x reading and Mp3 playback. The interfaces are USB/PCMCIA, FireWire. The package comes with Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries. The retail price of the drive would be around 449$ and it start shipping from April 2001:

Compro also has a full line of CD/DVD-Rom readers among with CDR-W drives. Their faster recorder comes with 12x writing, 8x re-writing and 32x reading. It seems based upon Philips 12x recorder and it includes "Thermo Balance Write Strategy".




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