DVD-ROM drive and upgrade kit offerings picking up speed

September 1997
EMedia Professional;Sep97, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p18
Academic Journal
Presents information on various digital video disc-read-only memory (DVD-ROM) and personal computer- (PC) based upgrade kits from different computer industries. Encore DXR2 from Creative Technology Ltd.; Maximum DVD Kit from Diamond Multimedia Systems Inc.; REALmagic Hollywood DVD MPEG-2 playback card from Sigma Designs Inc..


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