4x CD-R drives
- 32x CD-ROMs up ante--but add little value. Sengstack, Jeff // PC World;Feb98, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p78
Discusses 32x CD-ROM drives from Plextor and Teac. How their performance compares to slower drives like 24x; Access times; Problems with 32x drives; Why 32x is probable the last CD-ROM iteration.
- Quadruple-speed CD ROM drives making their presence felt. Schroeder, Erica // PC Week;4/18/94, Vol. 11 Issue 15, p27
Reports on the plans of Teac America Inc., and Plextor to release quadruple-speed CD-ROM drive releases. Teac Super Quad drive; Features; Appeal of low-priced double/quadruple-speed reader/writer; Comparison with sales of double-speed drives.
- Yamaha, Hewlett-Packard promise hex-speed reads with new... // EMedia Professional;Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p24
Presents read-capable compact disc recorders from Yamaha and Hewlett-Packard. Yamaha Systems Technology's internal recorder, the CDR400; Recorders with 6X read capability from Hewlett-Packard Co.; Their prices.
- PLEXTOR DEBUTS EXTERNAL 24/10/40U CD-RW DRIVE. // CD Computing News;Feb2002, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p1
Introduces the 3-in-1 PlexWriter 24/10/40U compact disc-rewritable (CD-RW) optical disk drive from Plextor Corp. Description of CD-RW disk drive; Discussion on the connections of the PlexWriter; Features of the PlexWriter.
- write me. Pedroza, Gisela M. // Entrepreneur;Sep2000, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p44
Introduces PlexWriter 12/4/32, a recordable and rewritable compact disc from Plextor Corporation. Its features; Capabilities; Costs.
- Quadruple-speed CD ROM fires up data transfer. Stanton, Jim // PC Week;8/1/94, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p89
Reviews Plextor's 4Plex compact-disk player.
- Plextor 40/12/40A. Nathans, Stephen F. // EMedia Magazine;May2002, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p47
Reviews the PlexWriter 40/12/40A compact disc recording device from Plextor. Features of the device; Applicability of the device; Benefits from the device.
- Matsushita strengthens U.S. manufacturing base. // Appliance Manufacturer;Dec93, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p19
Reports on the expansion of Matsushita Electric Corp. of America's (MECA) manufacturing base in the United States. Opening of the Matsushita Production Engineering Center and the Microwave Oven Corp. of America; Description of the assembly plant.
- Matsushita Electric. Knutson, Ted // Advertising Age's Business Marketing;Oct93, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p72
Presents a corporate profile of Matsushita Electric Corp. of America. 1992 media spending; Business and marketing executives; Marketing and advertising strategies; Trade show participation; Market research; Customer service; Media mix; Channel utilization; Impact of the information highway.