Teac America announces six-disc 8X CD-ROM changer
- Teac Tape1600: Low cost, big backup. Mitchell, Gabrielle; McLaughlin, Laurianne // PC World;Jul96, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p70
Features Teac America Inc.'s Tape1600. Difficulty in installation; Inability of the system to find the Tape1600; Price; Contact information.
- Teac SuperQuad Combo Drive. // PC World;Apr95, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p98
Presents Teac SuperQuad Combo Drive, a disk drive from Teac America Inc. Features and functions; Compatibility; Price.
- TEAC's newest CD-R is 4X8. // EMedia Professional;Jul97, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p24
Deals with the CD-R55S which will become the second 4X write/8X read model to enter the CD-R market with its 1997 July release into original equipment manufacturer (OEM) channels from TEAC America. Features of the drive; Price of the CD-R55S drive.
- Tape drive/floppy drive device saves a bay. Abernathy, Joe // PC World;Sep95, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p70
Introduces the TEAC Combo700 disk drive from TEAC America Inc. Addressing the shortage of externally accessible drive bays; Features of the product; Price.
- just play it. Pedroza, Gisela M. // Entrepreneur;Jul2000, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p34
Provides information on the 24X PortaCD external CD-ROM from TEAC America Inc. Features and capabilities; Price.
- TEAC SuperQuad 4X CD-ROM drive. // Computers in Libraries;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p44
Reports on the lightning-fast quadruple speed CD-ROM drive SuperQuad 600 4X introduced by TEAC. Features; Price; Contact information.
- Teac to offer CD ROM drive. // PC Week;5/1/95, Vol. 12 Issue 17, p33
Features Teac America Inc.'s IDE 6X CD ROM drive. Specifications; Price; Contact information.
- TEAC ships 32x CD-ROM drives and 4x12 CD-R drives. // Computers in Libraries;Feb98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p56
States that TEAC America has shipped its CD-532E 32x Enhanced IDE CD-ROM drive. Other drives shipped, including its CD-R55S and CD-R55SE 4x12 CD-Recordable drives; Features; Price; Company contact information.
- Speed it up. Shields, Jean // Tech & Learning;Sep94, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p39
Features NEC Technologies Inc.'s MultiSpin 4X Pro multimedia drives and Teac America's Super Quad AT 4X Drive computer peripherals.