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September 22nd, 1999

[8:15 AM] 4x2x8 USB CDRW Hits Mac Market

EZQuest has introduced the Boa USB CDRW 4x2x8. This is another victory for USB, and gives Macintosh users another option in the mass storage market. According to EZQuest:

EZQuest releases the Boa USB CDRW External CD-Recorder in the heat of a growing demand for data storage in the Mac environment. The 4x write, 2x-rewrite drive offers the best of CDR technology in USB drives.

This CD-Recorder is a natural for the imac, G3 and G4 owner, according to Ebrahim Zmehrir, president of EZQuest. "The imac, G3 and G4 user will love this USB CDRW because of its ease of use and it's aggressive price" Zmehrir says.

The Boa USB CDRW carries a suggested retail price of US$289, and will ship with Adaptec's Toast CD mastering software. The company has not yet updated their web site with information on the new Boa product though they do have an information page for their other Boa products.

[Update 10:00 AM] The company sent us a note with a link to the product's web page. You can find more information on the Boa USB CDRW drive at the company's web site.


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