First I like to thank you very much for that nice email you sent me. Now apparently when I spoke to others in other forums they have said that Newegg.com have listed the drive as a 24101B. This is true but still they have bought it from the company and have ended up with a 24102B. On corresponding with Newegg, they and (this is according to another) person told them that it was an error on there side and it was really meant to be the 24102B. Newegg made the error on their website- and if you don't think it is true then I would email them and ask them yourself. Second you say that their is a 24101B. So why don't you show me a review on it? or where I can find one. I would happily except I am wrong if you had a way to prove it. Lite-On's website doesn't even acknowledge that it exists and their in no firmware for it. Bum info or not- I think you has some tasks to prove dood. HE HE HE
BUBBLE BOY- http://www.cws.net.au
is where you can get it in Australia. They are located in Pakenham, Melbourne, Victoria for $347.00 including GST and at www.newcomputers.com.au
for $342.00 without GST. My choice is to go with CWS as they deliver to all parts of Australia and currently they have the shipment in. Better get in there quick if you intend to get one as I was told that the drives are extreamly popular. UPDATE: Sorry- You have asked if the 12102B has hit the shelves- As far as I know it hasn't but the locations I have given you is for the 24102B drive which is a 24X10X40 drive. Creative are marketing a drive which use to be a Plextor by the way, which is a rebadged Lite-on 12101B. That is about it. Everyone here is pretty much selling the 12101B which can't do SD2 backups.
Edited by - Sherman on 09/02/2001 05:47:25