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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
CDRInfo presents Samsung TS-H552U


Samsung's latest IDE DVD recorder is presented in detail in our hardware review section. The TS-H552U uses a MediaTek chipset and supports 16X DVD±R, 4X DVD±RW and 5X DVD+R DL recording.

In addition, CDRInfo takes a look to a huge-sized PC cooling fan from Thermaltake, for all those who cannot compromise with anything less when it comes to heat reduction.


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