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November 15th, 1999

[5:00 PM] Adding A CD-R To Your iMac Just Got Cheaper
by Staff

Techworks has announced a price drop on the PowerCDR. The PowerCDR is a replacement CDR drive for iMacs that allows users to record their own CDs. The device debuted at US$339, but the company has dropped the price to US$299.95. According to Techworks:

The TechWorks PowerCDR is an internal recordable CD device designed for the iMac that enables you to create your own data, audio and multimedia CDs. Data is permanently "burned" onto CDs, making it perfect for backups, data archiving and sharing files with others. A single CD stores 650MB, making the PowerCDR a low cost-per-megabyte storage format. The compact size, portability and durability of CDs is ideal for storing and distributing data, graphics, image and audio files.

You can find all manner of information on this product at Techworks's web site.

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