PowerFile today introduced the PowerFile Solo, a 200-disc DVD/CD jukebox designed for individual users. The new FireWire-based drive is available for US$899.
The PowerFile Solo has been developed for users who need to access a large quantity of optical media quickly and effectively, according to PowerFile CEO Chris Stevens.
“The product fills a market need for affordable, high-capacity storage devices for individuals and SOHO users. The days of manually searching for CDs or DVDs are over,” said Stevens.
The PowerFile Solo is compatible with both Macs and PCs that use FireWire interfaces. The system includes disc management software that enables users to keep track of what’s installed in the jukebox itself.
The PowerFile Solo joins the PowerFile C200, a networkable 200 CD/DVD jukebox developed for workgroups that retails for $1,799. PowerFile said that the PowerFile Solo is available now through the company’s qualified distribution channel. Orders can also be taken at
the company’s Web site.
PowerFile will be showing off the PowerFile Solo at this week’s
Seybold Boston 2001
trade show. The show happens at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass.