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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Cebit 2001 Show

8. Cyber Drive

Cyber Drive in Cebit 2001

Recorders

CyberDrive in Cebit 2001 presented a new line of CDR-W drives. The fastest model "CW038D" supports 16x writing, 8x re-writing and 40x reading. The drive also supports "ExactLink", which possible is the same as the OAK's "ExacLink" anti-coaster technology. Last is has only 2MB of Buffer as we heard supports fully DAO-RAW.

Another CDR-W drive model is the "CW028D". The drive supports 12x writing, 8x re-writing and 40x reading. Again it supports "ExactLink" anti-coaster technology and 2mb of Buffer.

Also CyberDrive had a full series of CD-ROMs, 48x & 52x, DVD-ROMS, 12x/40x & 16x/48x




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