What Lazy Days of Summer? CD-RW Saturation Continues with Four New Contenders

Misek, Marla
November 1998
EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p10
Academic Journal
Features compact disc-rewritables (CD-RW) products launched in the United States as of November 1998. Yamaha Corp. of America's CD-RW drives with 4X rewrite capability; Sony Electronics Inc.'s CD-RW drive, the Spressa CRX100E/CH; Hewlett-Packard Co.'s CD-RW products featuring its CD-Writer Plus 8100 series.


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