Now-defunct manufacturer and repackager of PC components, infamous for offering 100% rebates on some of their items and then going out of business. Their early single and dual-speed CD-ROM drives (with a proprietary interface card) were relatively inexpensive and typically very buggy. I've owned four of their products; a soundcard that appeared to blow away the competition (except half of the features didn't work due to driver problems), a 2X CD-ROM that worked all of four months before dying a very smelly death, a parallel-port phone adapter for a computer message system (works, but in a box at the moment) and a very cheap MIDI keyboard that was actually decent for the price ($25US). Should you see any Reveal items on Ebay, skip them no matter how good a bargain they appear to be.