Lets's Talk Computers - Maxtor  October 25, 2003
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Interview on October 25, 2003
One Touch Large Capacity Drives     Guest: Anna Jen
Maxtor Corporation (NYSE: MXO) is a worldwide leader in hard disk drives. The company has an extensive line of storage products for desktop computers, storage systems, high-performance servers and consumer electronics.

Senior Director of Product Marketing, Anna Jen discusses the Maxtor One Touch External Hard Drives. Maxtor's new line of external hard drives incorporates the award winning OneTouch button, Dantz Retrospect (tm) Express software and introduces a sleek new industrial design. Awarded top honor in the "Best Hardware" category at Fall RetailVision 2003, Maxtor OneTouch is the first push button backup and restore hard drive based solution in the market today.
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