New products: Drives, networks, utilities, & more

August 1997
EMedia Professional;Aug97, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p19
Academic Journal
Focuses on products provided by several computer industries. DVD-ROM upgrade kits that include DVD-Video capabilities from DynaTek Automation Systems Inc. and Hi-Val, Inc.; Compact disc read-only memory (CD-ROM) drives from Teac America and Samsung Electronics America; CD Force 1.3 server software from Procom Technology; More.


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