DIGISTOR unveils new optical drives at CES 2015

DIGISTOR unveils new optical drives at CES 2015

USB 3.0 drive is the fourth version

DIGISTOR has been around since 2001 and have been known internationally as a leader in the optical drives and Blu-Ray drives market. The company unveiled this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas that they are releasing new USB 3.0 drives which would make it the fourth version of the DIGISTOR drive. Market insiders say that the new DIGISTOR USB 3.0 drive will be one that will be able to handle everything that it can do on one single cord. The company says that the consumer will not have to purchase a separate adapter.

DIGISTOR officials and engineers say that the fourth version of their company drive was needed because all of their customers, consumer and commercial, were demanding bigger and better capabilities with their Blu-Ray players and DVD players. DIGISTOR and their USB 3.0 connectability will be used on all kinds of CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray players. Their technology will be able to work on the trey loading players and the slot loading players. DIGISTOR also is able to offer specific solutions on industry products that use their patented technology.

Consumers can go on the DIGISTOR official website and see the new optical drives that the USB 3.0 technology is currently compatible with. Maury Ellis is the Director of Engineering for DIGISTOR and he says the he could not be any happier with the new USB 3.0 drives. Ellis says that his company is fully devoted to all of their customers and is making sure that DIGISTOR is able to deliver a top notch product and one that is able to offer solutions for all kinds of products and innovations.

DIGISTOR also provides digital video storage solutions, all kinds of digital products, and have been known for their quality work in the security, medical, photography, and videography fields.

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