Storage peripheral maker
is using this week’s Macworld Conferences & Expo in New York to unveil new products aimed at the Mac market. Here’s a cursory overview of some of the highlights.
The company is introducing its Que! 007. The device is a battery operated, pushbutton CD burner and DVD-ROM drive that is designed to work with PCMCIA-equipped computers like the PowerBook. It features MP3 record and playback and an optional remote. The company plans to formally introduce the drive this fall, but is debuting the device at Macworld Expo.
QPS Inc. will also be showing off:
The Que!Fire Super Drive, a DVD-R drive.
The Que! Super Disk 240, an SD-240-based storage device that can record 32MB on a conventional 1.44MB floppy disk.
Other new products currently available showcased at the show include:
The Que! M2 and M5 RAID systems, in capacities ranging from 40 to 60GB for the M2 model and from 120 to 200GB for the Que! M5.
Que! M3 hard drives, in capacities from 40 to 100GB.
The Que! DVD Burner, a new FireWire-based DVD-R/DVD-RAM burner.
The Que!Fire 24x10x40 CD-RW, a FireWire-equipped external CD-RW drive.