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Friday, February 25, 2005
NEC Europe Announces ND-3540A and ND-6650A


NEC Europe posted the specs of two new DVD writers with improvements at the re-writable speeds...

ND-3540

So you?ve always wanted to scale new dimensions in read and write performance with your DVDs and CDs? Now you can obtain impressive results even faster with the ND-3540. Our supreme expert reaches speeds of 16x in playing your DVDs. If you want to play CDs, it can reach speeds of 48x. And it is equally impressive in burning optical storage media as well: It writes DVD+R and DVD-R formats at speeds up to 16x, DVD+RW at speeds up to 8x and DVD-RW at speeds up to 6x. Equally impressive are its numbers for disks in the DVD+R DL (8x) and DVD-R DL (4x) formats.

All hardware components are ?lead-free?. This DVD/CD burner thus already meets recycling standards that will come into effect on January 1, 2006.

read and write
DVD +R: 16x max.
DVD-R: 16x max.
DVD +RW: 8x max.
DVD-RW: 6x max.
DVD +R9: 8x max.
DVD-R DL: 4x
CD-R: 48x max.
CD-RW: 32x max.

Access time DVD 140ms, CD 120ms
Mechanism motorized tray load mechanism for horizontal and vertical use
Interface IDE / ATAPI
Burst transfer rate PIO mode 4 / Ultra DMA 33
Cache 2 MB

ND-6650

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


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