This slim lightweight package for demanding laptops packs quite a punch.
DVD and CD burner for the latest generation of laptops must meet several requirements. Of greatest priority is a high level of write and read performance for DVDs and CDs. Next, and equally vital, are minimal space requirements and net weight. Our ND-6650 meets the requirements of both laptop manufacturers and users alike: With a minimal form factor, a height of only 12.7 mm and a feather-light weight of a mere 190 g, its impressive performance numbers match this compactness, with DVD read speeds of 8x and CD read speeds touching 24x.
Its write performance proves to be equally impressive: Users can expect write speeds of up to 8x for the DVD-R/DVD+R formats, up to 6x for DVD-RW and up to 8x for DVD+RW. The components of this burner bear the label ?lead-free? and thus already meet recycling standards that will come into effect on January 1, 2006.
read and write
DVD +R: 8x max.
DVD-R: 8x max.
DVD +RW: 8x max.
DVD-RW: 6x max.
DVD +R9: 4x max.
DVD-R DL: 4x max.
CD-R: 24x max.
CD-RW: 16x max.
Access time DVD 150 ms, CD 130 ms
Mechanism Tray load mechanism
Interface IDE / ATAPI
Burst transfer rate PIO mode 4 / Ultra DMA 33
This information was gathered from the frontpage of www.cdrinfo.com
I was wondering if we can begin a project that includes upgrading our ND-6450A , ND-6500A to a ND-6650A.
First thing that we need is firmware of the ND-6650A after that we can try, but on our own risk.
If someone has the ND-6650A, can you post it here on the forum or email it to me?
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Thanks for your help and I hope that this project can be done.