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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:19

Samsung announces four 18X SATA recorders

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: Two SATA, two are not

 

Samsung was more willing to sell its very affordable DVD recorders than it had a chance to sell the real volumes of Blu-ray drives.

Samsung calls this series Super Writemaster and it had six flavours of the devices. Four of them are internal two in black and three in white and they were all 18X proved. They all supports Light Scribe technology where you can burn a DVD title on the top of it, if you have a special medium.

The last one was a slim external also Light scribe proven and it is one of the few ones we’ve seen with slot in design. We still miss slot in computer internal drive.

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