Ricoh, MTC America introduce CD-R media products

October 1997
EMedia Professional;Oct97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p22
Academic Journal
Focuses on Ricoh Electronics company and MTC America's compact disc-recordable (CD-R) media products. Availability of phthalocyanine CD-R media from Ricoh Electronics; MTC America's Mitsui Gold CD-R media with barcode.


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