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Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Sony DW-Q30A Review


CDRinfo today takes a look at a DVDRW burner which is mainly addressed for OEM use. The Sony DW-Q30A supports 16x writing for DVD+R/-R and 8x for DVD+R DL media.

Sony's DW-Q30A is a single DVDRW drive for semi-professionals, system intergrators and PC upgrade users who don't require the additional bundled items in the retail package, and is best suited to the balance of pricing and contents.

Find out how the drive performs in the following pages.


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