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October 2, 2004 Show:   Topic: Biometric Hard Drive  Guest: Debbie Armstrong
Micro Solutions, Inc. pioneered parallel-port-attach mass storage technology. Its award-winning products are distributed worldwide at major retail outlets, through mail-order catalogs and Web sites, and through distribution. Newly released from Micro Solutions are a family of hard drives built with your security in mind.

Marketing and Advertising Manager Debbie Armstrong discusses the new LockBox biometric fingerprint access hard drives. The new drives come in 80GB, 120GB, and 200GB sizes. Each LockBox drive uses an Active Imaging Sensor that captures high-quality fingerprint patterns using low-power radio frequency electric fields, a technique that reads fingerprints below the skin's surface. This ensures authorized users can gain access even when their hands are dry, oily, calloused or worn.
Listen To Micro SolutionsOctober 2, 2004 interview
August 16, 2003 Show:   Topic: DVD +/- Rewriters  Guest: Debbie Armstrong
Founded in 1980, Micro Solutions, Inc. is the industry leader in parallel-port-attach mass storage technology. "Backpack" is the family name shared by all of Micro Solutions’ external parallel port, PC Card and USB drives.

Debbie Armstrong, Marketing and Advertising Manager, discusses the newest edition to the Backpack line of products. The new backpack Hi-Speed USB 2.0 DVD +/- RW uses both DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, CD-R and CD-RW recording media to offer the user a truly "one size fits all" solution to the multitude of media formats available. The Hi-Speed USB 2.0 DVD =/- RW backpack drive gives computer users an easy-to-use, portable, removable, storage device for creating, storing and sharing their own collections of home videos, photographs, and music as well as backing up data.
Listen To Micro SolutionsAugust 16, 2003 interview
May 17, 2003 Show:   Topic: DVD Rewriters  Guest: Debbie Armstrong
For more than 20 years, Micro Solutions, Inc. has provided quality products to the computer peripherals market and is the premiere developer of parallel-port-attach mass-storage. Micro Solutions' award-winning backpack product line includes DVD+RW, CD-RW/DVD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD/CD-ROM, CD-ROM, hard drives and diskette drives. Backpacks are the easiest way to add external drives to both PC-based notebook and desktop computers. The drives are designed to be both portable and shareable.

Debbie Armstrong, Marketing & Advertising Manager for Micro Solutions discusses one of their latest products, the backpack Hi-Speed USB 2.0 DVD+RW. This DVD Rewriter is listed as 4x2.4x12, for Write, Re-write and Read. The CD Re-write portion is listed as 16x10x40 for Write, Re-write and Read. This external drive has USB versatility and speed with a 16.2 MB/s transfer speed at a low Micro Solutions price.
Listen To Micro SolutionsMay 17, 2003 interview
July 27, 2002 Show:   Topic: CD Drives - External  Guest: Debbie Armstrong

Listen To Micro SolutionsJuly 27, 2002 interview
November 18, 2000 Show:   Topic: General Computing  Guest: Debbie Armstrong
Micro Solutions has released a brand new backpack cd-rewriter. The latest offering is a 4x4x24 USB cd-rewriter. The drive is "Hot Pluggable" under Windows 95, 98, Me and 2000 and unlike many other USB products, if your machine loses USB support due to a crash, your cd-rewriter will still work because it will run off of your parallel port as well.

Debbie Armstrong, Marketing and Advertising Manager for MicroSolutions, discusses the uses for this remarkable little unit.
Listen To Micro SolutionsNovember 18, 2000 interview
May 22, 1999 Show:   Topic: Utilities-Storage  Guest: Debbie Armstrong

Debbie Armstrong from brings you up-to-speed with the advances made to the CD rewritable industry and in particular MicroSolutions newest Backpack Rewriter. Put CD publishing and authoring capabilities in your hands. Create your own data and audio CDs. With the new Backpack CD-Rewriter you can update, write and rewrite data multiple times, as much as 650MB per disk at 4X speeds.
Listen To Micro SolutionsMay 22, 1999 interview
January 31, 1998 Show:   Topic: Parallel Port Tape Backup  Guest: Debbie Armstrong

After you've spent all day working on your reports, you don't want them to disappear in a lightning strike or any other type of power outage. Play it safe by backing up your data on a regular basis. Micros Solutions' Backpak 8000t makes it easy.
Listen To Micro SolutionsJanuary 31, 1998 interview
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