CDR100 is the ﬁrst CD-ROM recorder capable of recording at quad speed (4xS). This means a signiﬁcant time saving for CD-ROM production. Both the CDR100 and CDR102 can record at double speed (2xS) and normal speed (1xS), and read discs at quad speed (4xS). CDR100 records at a maximum speed of 4xS. CDR102 records at a maximum speed of 2xS.
As well as recording CD-ROM and CD-DA format discs, CDR100/102 can play them, too. For these two formats, CDR100/102 functions just like a typical CD-ROM drive.
A compact size - approximately the size of an internal 5.25 inch ﬂoppy disk drive (half-height type) - allows you to build the unit into your system architecture easily.
CDR100/102 features SCSI2–the Second generation SCSI interface for connecting computers and peripheral devices. SCSI2 provides high-speed transmission for large volume data, especially important when working with image data.