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Wednesday, December 21, 2005
BenQ Introduces New 16x DVD ReWriters


BenQ officially announced today the BenQ DW1650 and the BenQ DW1655.

Both model features dual cooling system, BenQ?s proprietary Solidburn technology and BenQ?s exclusive Write Right technology. What is more, DW1655 also features Direct Disc Labeling capability.

With the embedded Light Scribe technology, the BenQ DW1655 DVDReWriter is able to offer users a convenient way of labeling the discs by just simply flipping the disc over to the label side and insert it into the drive after finishing burning the tracks onto the data side of the disc. The BenQ DW1650/1655 DVD ReWriter supports both DVD+R and DVD-R recording at 16x.

The BenQ DW1650/1655 DVD ReWriter features BenQ?s proprietary Dual Cooling System technology which effectively reduces the risk of over-heating during high-speed reading and writing. The BenQ DW1650/1655 DVD ReWriter also features the BenQ?s Write Right technology which yields a perfect control over the laser beam angle and the power rate being projected onto the disc. The BenQ DW1650/1655 DVD ReWriter supports both DVD+R and DVD-R Double Layer recording at 8x and 6x respectively.

Equipped with BenQ?s SolidBurn technology, the DW1650/1655 DVD ReWriter enables a faster and over speed burning while maintaining at an excellent burning quality. The users can choose to activate or deactivate the SolidBurn Technology and Over Speed Burning feature by using the QSuite application interface.


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