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Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Samsung to Release 18X Super-multi DVD Writer

Samsung is expected to be the second hardware maker after Plextor, to release a 18x DVD burner. The company is set to unleash the SH-S182D 18x Super-WriteMaster that supports all CD/DVD discs including 12x DVD-RAM.

The SH-S182D can write to DVD R/RW with 18X, DVD-RAM with 12X, DVD R/RW Double Layer with 8X, DVD+RW with 8X and DVD-RW with 6X.

With the new 18X DVD writer, it takes around 4 minutes and 48 seconds to back up 4.7GB data on a DVD R/RW disc, which is nearly one minute faster than with the standard 16x drives, and less than 17 minutes to burn a 4.7GB data disc in DVD-RAM format. The drive will be available also in internal and external formats with LightScribe function.

The drive will be available in Europe in the beginning of June.

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