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Monday, August 30, 2004
Taiwan market: 16x DVD burners push down prices of 8x and 12x models


The widespread availability of 16x DVD burners has pushed down retail prices of 12x, 8x8 (Dual) and 8x DVD burner models to new levels.

With mainstream retail prices at NT$4,900-6,500 (US$144-191), 16x DVD burners have not been selling well, the sources indicated.

As reported on August 26, BenQ launched a 16x DVD burner ? one that does not support burning of DVD+R DL media ? at a retail price below NT$4,000 (US$118), in order to compete with 8x and 12x DVD burner models.

Frm DigiTimes



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