Head to Head: Portable monitor-ROM Drives
Head to Head: 12X, 8X monitor-ROM Drives
Head to Head: 8X monitor-ROM Drives
In Brief: Speedy monitors
Diamond 12X Multimedia Kit Diamond's 12X Multimedia Kit installs like a dream. Its $349 price tag buys a Mitsumi 12X monitor-ROM drive, a Diamond 16-bit wavetable sound card, two Labtec LCS10122 stereo speakers, a modest software bundle--and a carefully built package of documentation and instructions that make setup impressively effortless. More ...
EXP monitor Traveler 620 If you're into portable computing, you could find this drive to be a real lifesaver. monitor Traveler 620 seems even more reliable than past EXP models, but unfortunately it's not as fast as some other portable monitor-ROM drives on the market. More ...
Olympus monitor-R2x4 Recordable Drive While there's nothing wrong with the Olympus monitor-R2x4, it's also not particularly exceptional. This monitor-recordable unit reads at 4X speed, writes at 2X and supports all popular formats, including data, audio, mixed mode, monitor-I, Photo monitor and Video monitor. More ...
Plasmon Afterburner monitorR4240e Novice monitor-ROM creators and would-be monitor producers have a new creative outlet. The Afterburner monitorR4240e is a Plug-and-Play 2X write/4X play monitor-Recordable drive with software that lets you make your own monitors. The Afterburner's easy setup and use makes it a good choice, especially for the newcomer to recordable monitor. More ...
Toray Phasewriter Dual You'll get double the functionality for your money with the Toray Phasewriter Dual, a 650MB optical media drive and a 6X monitor-ROM drive packed into a 5.25-inch internal package. This unit costs about the same as many lower-capacity rewritable drives, but its dual personality provides far more functionality. More ...