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Plextor reveals PX-DB600 dual-bay for desktops

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 21 Mar 2007 19:45 User comments (2)

Plextor reveals PX-DB600 dual-bay for desktops Plextor has revealed its compact "dual-bay" PX-DB600, which enables two optical slim line drives to be positioned into the space of just one 5.25" drive bay. This is ideal for small form-factor media center PCs. The Plextor PX-DB600 combines with the Plextor PX-608AL as PX-DB608AL. The PX-608AL is a multi-format DVD burner that supports DVD+/-R and DVD-RAM.
"By their very nature lifestyle PC systems are compact and designed to take up less space. Unlike traditional desktop systems, extra drive bays are often unavailable, therefore limiting opportunities for adding optical drives. So for those users who do not want to add the extra clutter of an external USB box, the Plextor PX-DB608AL is ideal." Rudy de Meirsman, Sales & Marketing Manager of Plextor Europe, said.

Plextor will sell the PX-DB608AL product, which will include the PX-DB600 dual bay unit with 2 slim line slots, including interface boards, and slot covers, PX-608AL slim line slot loaded optical drive and a suite of software including Nero and Plextools.

Source:
Hartware.net

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2 user comments

122.3.2007 11:56
riplord
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Couldn't I get some laptop usb drives, connect them to the usb headers of my motherboard, and jury rig them into a drive bay?

222.3.2007 14:48
theridges
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you might be able to do that but i think they look awesome...

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