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LiteOn's World's First 24x DVD Burners

 

Lite-On's next DVD burners will be launched in April and feature 24x burning and new LabelTag technology.

 

All drives will include new Lite-On technologies designed for true power users who are concerned with more than just writing speeds.

 

Lite-On's SmartErase technology will be included in all drive versions, and the iHAS624, available in Mid-May, will also feature LabelTag - a new solution in disc labeling.

 

"PLDS (Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions) is proud to manufacture the fastest 24X writers in the market, especially with included technologies such as LabelTag," said Christine Hsing, Marketing Manager at PLDS. "LabelTag provides a cost-effective and flexible method for professional disc labeling, a great solution for today's busy professional and people on-the-go."

 

LabelTag is a patented new feature that allows users to create a label ring on the data side of any standard recordable media - no special media required. Users are still able to add data after the making a label, making burning your label is just as easy as burning your data.

 

24X will be the fastest writing speed for DVD±R media available on the market and can be achieved on certain quality discs only. The new iHAS624 DVD burner has a S-ATA interface, incorporates LightScribe direct disc labeling technology and supports Lite-Ons own SmartErase feature.

 

SmartErase, which is included in all new 24X DVD writers, provides users with a permanent solution for erasing discs with confidential data. With SmartErase, users can be sure that private and sensitive data is securely erased and cannot be recaptured.

 

These new DVD writers will be available in the following versions:

 

- iHAS324 - 24X SATA with SmartErase; available in Mid-March

- iHAP424 - 24X PATA with SmartErase and LightScribe; available end of March

- iHAS624 - 24X SATA with SmartErase, LightScribe and LabelTag; available in Mid-May

 

 

 

 

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24X will be the fastest writing speed for DVD±R media available on the market and can be achieved on certain quality discs only.

 

Monday, September 18, 2006

CMC, Ritek 18x DVD Media Production Limited

 

Although several leading global brands have already launched or will soon offer 18x DVD burners, CMC Magnetics and Ritek, Taiwan's top two makers of optical discs, currently produce 18x DVD+R/-R discs only in limited volumes.

 

Plextor, Lite-On IT, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Sony, NEC and BenQ currently offer 18x DVD burners while Pioneer and Asustek Computer will do so soon.

 

However, the global supply of 18x DVD+R/-R discs appear to be lagging. CMC and Ritek are able to immediately start volume production of 18x DVD+R/-R discs as long as the market demand is large enough, the two companies said.

 

However, because of relatively high prices, 18x DVD+R/-R discs will not become popular until 2007.

 

Isn't this getting a bit ridiculous?

 

Does anyone know where I can buy some 18x DVD+R/-R media, I live in the US?

 

You notice they're pretty vague on what media this 24X speed could be achieved. Are they suggesting CMC Magnetics and Ritek

18x DVD+R/-R media. :lol:

 

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Isn't this getting a bit ridiculous?

 

Does anyone know where I can buy some 18x DVD+R/-R media, I live in the US?

 

You notice they're pretty vague on what media this 24X speed could be achieved. Are they suggesting CMC Magnetics and Ritek

18x DVD+R/-R media. :lol:

 

cd

 

Hey cd, you can order them--he he --Check out the "Min. order" from this site-- :lol::lol:

 

http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/Blank-.../1009142768.htm

 

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