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Dynamode USB Powered External CD Reader (up to 24x)

Dynamode USB Powered External CD Reader (up to 24x)

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

Standard 3-5 working days

Dynamode USB Powered External CD Reader (up to 24x): Portable CD-ROM readability.

Offering a cost effective and fully portable solution for your existing CD-ROM readability in a USB powered and slim line enclosure.

The Insixt USB-CDR is a truly portable CD-ROM player with the added benefit of being totally USB2.0 powered. Featuring a new, slim line black enclosure with full size CD ejection tray, the USB-CDR comes with direct USB port attachment (USB cables supplied) together with an optional DC input port if further power is required.

Fast performance is assured with a maximum read time of approx. 24x using the high-speed USB2.0 interface of up to 480Mbps. Fully compatible with CDROMs including standard CD-ROM, Digital Audio CD-ROM and CD-Rs with the capability to read up to 700Mbytes of data storage. Full Windows® Vista® and MAC® OS X compliant with driverless operation and low power drain for mobile users.

Features

  • External USB CD-ROM Reader
  • Optical drive reads up to 24x speed
  • Totally USB Bus powered for portability
  • Auxiliary USB-DC port as standard
  • Slim line design and quiet operation
  • USB cables supplied as standard
  • Compatible with Windows®98SE/ME/2000/XP, Vista®
  • Compatible with MAC® OS X - driverless installation
  • Dimensions: 13.3cm (W) x 13.5cm (D) x 1.7cm (H)

Specifications

Summary

Drive Type
CD-ROM
Enclosure Type
External
Interface
Hi-Speed USB
Colour
Black
Type
Disk drive

Customer reviews

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5* Well made and it works
Reviewed by Anonymous on 08/03/2013
Decent build quality, like more expensive units from Teac and Sony, but a lot cheaper. No drivers are needed, ideal for my school when only need to access data and not read it. Works even on Windows98
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