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Re: looking for the best IMac CD burner......response


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 19 2001 - 14:49:10 PDT

        I was suppose to get back to you after Chicago about
the type of CD burner I was using with my i-Mac. I failed
to follow through, sorry. I have a Que Fire burner. I am very
happy with it and it is very easy to use. I bumped into the
company rep in Chicago and found out that they produce two
other devices I want to buy. (that's the web site)
I use an Imation Super Drive to get floppies into my i-Mac.
It also handles a 120 mb SuperDisc (much like a Zip Disc).
It is not compatible with a Zip Disc but the Super Drive takes
a normal floppy like I use in my Mavica. Well Imation stopped
making the Super Drive so I thought I was out of luck. Well,
it turns out that QPS bought the rights to the SuperDisc and
they manufacture one similar. It's called a Que! LS-240 Drive.
It will take a 240 mb, a 120 mb, a 2 mb, a 1.44 mb and even the
old 720 kb floppy. Now I know where to get a new
one for my other i-Mac. The other item I found of interest is
called a M2 QuadSlim portable hard drive (10 gb). They connect via
fire wire and can be stacked together to provide up to 100 gb.
        Sorry I took so long to get back to you, Woody in KC wrote:
> Hi Bunki:
> My teenage kids use this a lot: Iomega Zip 650 CD Burner. It is
> compatible with iMac DV computers. I also have a Iomega Zip Drive to store
> lesson plans and the kids use it for Photoshop files. The company seems to be
> quite reliable.
> Make sure you get a USB terminal.
> Sue

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