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WiebeTech CD/DVD Imager Bundle Includes New Windows Compatible Software
Wichita, KS — March 20, 2007 —
WiebeTech now offers CD/DVD Imager Robot with everything needed to get started right out of the box, including InfinaDyne's software CD/DVD Inspector 3.0 with Robotic Loader Extension. WiebeTech's CD/DVD Imager bundle offers a complete solution for disk analysis, whether the user is working in a Linux or Windows environment.
The CD Imager Robot will be on display at FOSE, March 20-22, in Washington DC, and at the CyberCrime Summit, March 20-22, in Kennesaw GA.
Load up the robot and let it fly. Boot directly from the included Linux Live CD to turn any computer into a Linux workstation, or install the Windows compatible software. The CD/DVD Robot automatically photographs, images and archives CDs and DVDs to hard disk. This bundle is in stock and ready to ship.
"InfiniDyne's Windows compatible software is specially designed for WiebeTech," said James Wiebe, president/CEO of WiebeTech. "With the latest bundle we're able to offer a choice of environments."
In addition, the bundle includes a 4-port USB2 hub and a copy of Paul Crowley's instructional book, CD and DVD Forensics.
InfinaDyne's CD/DVD Inspector 3.0 with Robotic Loader Extension is the professional tool for intensive analysis and extraction of data from CD and DVD media. It's tailored for data recovery technicians, forensic examiners and law enforcement professionals who require tools for extracting information from optical media. This upgraded 3.0 version offers many new and exciting features. Currently available for separate purchase from WiebeTech, CD/DVD Inspector 3.0 is in stock and ready to ship.
CD and DVD Forensics by Paul Crowley is a how-to book that gives the reader tools to open CDs and DVDs in an effort to identify evidence of a crime. These tools can be applied in both the public and private sectors. Armed with this information, readers in law enforcement, corporate security and private investigations will be more effective in performing their evidence-related tasks. Currently available for separate purchase from WiebeTech, CD and DVD Forensics is in stock and ready to ship.
Features of the CD/DVD Imager Robot:
STAND-ALONE OPERATION: An included Linux Live CD can turn any PC into a disc capturing station.
WINDOWS OPERATION: Works with InfinaDyne's CD/DVD Inspector 3.0 with Robotic Loader Extension.
LINUX OPERATION: Includes instructions to optionally install on Fedora Core 4.
AUTOMATED: Automatically images and archives CDs and DVDs to hard disk.
CAMERA: A photograph of the actual disk is captured and stored with the virtual disk image.
COMPATIBLE: Single session ISO 9660 disk images can be used by EnCase, ILook or FTK.
ORGANIZED: Stores files in enumerated folders for easy accessibility.
REPORTS: Notifies user of success/failure of disk imaging.
FLEXIBLE: Hash values reported in MD5 or SHA-1.
Complete information and specifications on the CD/DVD Imager Robot can be viewed by clicking here
Description // Product Code // Retail Price
CD/DVD Imager -- automatically photographs, images and archives optical disk media // CDI-1 // $2,399.95
CD/DVD Imager Bundle -- includes CD/DVD Imager, CD/DVD Inspector 3.0, 4-port USB2 hub and CD and DVD Forensics book by Paul Crowley // CDI-BND1 // $3,099.95
CD/DVD Inspector 3.0 with Robotic Loader Extension by InfinaDyne -- Windows compatable software for the CD/DVD Imager Robot // CD-INSP3 // $749.95
CD and DVD Forensics book by Paul Crowley -- a how-to book on opening disk media in an effort to identify evidence of a crime // BOOK-CDI // $49.95
Dealers may purchase WiebeTech products from Synnex or Dr. Bott. End users may purchase from PCMall, MacMall or PC Connection. Government customers are encouraged to purchase from Lyme Computer, CDW-G or PCMallGov. All products are available directly from WiebeTech at wiebetech.com
WiebeTech LLC was founded in July 2000 by James Wiebe and has focused on marketing high performance, highly portable storage solutions for consumer and government markets.