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Acer MiniRW 8824MM compact, powerful, take-anywhere CD writing

Acer MiniRW 8824MM compact, powerful, take-anywhere CD writing

EUROPE (September, 2001) As people become increasingly mobile, so the need for high-quality CD-writing for laptops increases. And Acer is responding to this need with a range of high-quality external drives. The latest is the MiniRW 8824MM - an ultra-slim, highly powerful external CD drive that adds high-quality, reliable CD re-writing power to your notebook or PC through its dual interface.

This ultra-slim, sleekly styled drive offers a maximum speed of 8X writing, 8X rewriting, and 24X reading when incorporated with FireWire cables. It has a buffer of 2 MB. And, true to Acer's commitment to writing reliability, it features the Acer patented Seamless Link technology*.

The 8824MM incorporates a variety of interfaces: USB, FireWire, PCMCIA, or both USB & PCMCIA. Its slim design and light weight (0.52kg) makes it the perfect companion to laptops and notebooks. The 8824MM is a value package with both USB and PCMCIA cables included.

The Acer MiniRW 8824MM has been designed to handle a very wide range of disk media. It will accept CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM (mode 1 and mode 2), CD-ROM XA (mode 2, form 1 and form 2), CD-DA, CD-I (mode 2, form I and form 2), Photo CD (single and multi-sessions), Video CD, CD-Extra, and mixed mode CD. It handles both 8 cm and 12 cm disks.

Acer is recognised as one of the world leaders in CD drive technology. Confirmation of this comes from PC Magazine (The Netherlands) September 2001 - "the Acer CRW 6424MU stands out thanks to its slim design. Choice of the Editor." The new Acer MiniRW 8824MM further establishes this reputation.

The Acer MiniRW 8824MM is the perfect solution for anyone requiring powerful CD re-writing possibilities in a compact and lightweight package.

Seamless Link Technology*
This technology allows the CD-RW drive to monitor and safeguard the progress of the recording automatically. If the data in the buffer falls below a certain level, then Seamless Link stores the RecEnd address - the point in the data to which the recording has progressed - and pauses the recording until the buffer is again full. The RecEnd address is then located and the recording progresses without problems. The gap between the stop and restart point on the recording is then closed by Seamless Link.