Coming Soon: The Plexeraser CD/DVD Destroyer

Posted: Aug 7 2006, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:39pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Coming Soon: The Plexeraser CD/DVD Destroyer
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Plextor, the company name which makes everyone say, "Hm, I think I've heard of them before," will soon be shipping an unusual kind of CD/DVD drive - one that completely destroys all the data on any disc inserted into it. Sure, we've seen these kinds of things before, like the simply-designed Norazza CD/DVD Data Destroyer, but the Plexeraser works a little differently.

Instead of just brusing the underside of the disc, the Plexeraser actually re-writes over the disc and physically makes all the data written to it inaccessible. It's a great gadget for all of our secret IRS agent readers (yes, we know you're here), but probably not of interest to a wide audience.Nonetheless, if you've got personal information stored away on some CD and you'll never need to access it again, and this situation occurs to you quite often, you'll want a way to completely and easily dispose of that information, and the Plexeraser might be just the thing.

No pricing details or availability are known just yet. Via Akihabara

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