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Saturday, March 15, 2003
CeBIT 2003 Show Coverage

3. Asus

Asus

The company demonstrated a wide range of motherboards, notebooks, PDAs, mobile phones(!) and of course optical drives. The latest 52x/24x/52x CD-RW recorder of Asus is already in the market and it is now upgraded to the upcoming CRW-5232A, which supports 52x CD-R, 32x CD-RW and 52x CD-ROM speeds. The drive will be available with white and black bezels as shown in the photos below.

The Asus DRW-040P is the company's solution for your DVD writing tasks. The new DVD-R/RW recorder supports 4x DVD-R and 2x DVD-RW writing.

The new SCB-2408-D is a dual-interface external slim combo drive. It supports both USB2.0 and IEEE 1394 interfaces and offers 24x CD-R writing, 12x CD-RW rewriting, 24x reading, while it is also a 8x DVD-ROM. You can see the drive in the picture below.

The external version of the CRW-5224A is also available and supports the USB2.0 interface. The drive can operate in both vertical and horizontial positions, placed on stylish stands provided in the retail package.

In the same booth Asus also demonstrated its well known 16x DVD-ROM drive, already available in retail places, and some new DVD-R media.

 




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