Philips' EasyWriter 2X/6X

Bennett, Hugh
May 1997
EMedia Professional;May97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p95
Academic Journal
Introduces EasyWriter 2X/6X, a Compact Disc-Recordable (CD-R) package from Philips. Function and features of the CD-R package; Price range of the package; Comparison between EasyWriter 2X/6X and CD-Writer 6020 from Hewlett-Packard.


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