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BTC leads the way in your digital world with 16X DVD Dual Rewriter / 7-in-1 Card Reader Super Combo Drive


BTC has just released the latest and greatest of its Dual Digital Storage (DDS) series products, the all new DRW1016IB.

This half height drive combines the functionality of an 8 speed dual format DVD rewriter and a 7-in-1 digital card reader into one, thus allowing you to burn all popular CD (CDR, CDRW) and DVD (DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R DL(8.5GB), DVD-RW, DVD+RW) formats as well as read from or write to all the popular memory card formats that are used in today's digital devices like digital cameras, MP3 players, etc. The drive is fully compatible with Compact Flash, Micro Drive, Smart Media, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital and Multimedia Card formats. No matter if you want to playback, copy, edit, backup or burn data from/to your memory cards or from/to optical media, the DRW1016IB is up to the task, faithfully recording every bit of your digital life.

This 16 speed DDS digital card reader and DVD burner combo drive has a unique dual direction data transfer mode, allowing you to browse and edit your images after inserting your digital memory card into one of the memory slots. After perfecting your images with your favorite image editor application you can then safely burn them onto a disc or backup to any other storage media.

Furthermore, the hot pluggable USB2.0 compatible front connector allows for convenient and fast connection of for example a portable disk drive or MP3 player, making the transfer of data from one medium to another, whether optical or a memory card, as simple as A-B-C.

Once again BTC has succeeded in leading the market one step further into an exciting digital world, where data can be easily exchanged, edited and converted from one medium to another. Creating new things that add unparalleled value to your digital life, that is what BTC's brand new DRW1016IB is all about!



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