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Tuesday, May 02, 2006
New Samsung DVD Burner Promises Top Performance


Samsung is expected to release the new SH-S182D later this June, a 18x Super-WriteMaster DVD burner that will also write to DVD-RAM media at 12x.

The impressive specifications of the drive include writing to DVD+R/-R with 18X, DVD-RAM with 12X (Class 1, DVD-RAM Ver.2.2 media only, read more here), 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 less than 5 minutes 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.



Panasonic, HLDS and NEC have also announced drives capable of writing DVD-RAM at 12x. Maxell will also be among the first companies that will ship 12x DVD-RAM media.

General Specifications
Data Transfer Rate
  Media Type Write Read
  DVD+R 18X (24.3MB/sec) 12X (16.2MB/sec)
  DVD+R Double Layer 8X (10.8MB/secc) 8X (10.8MB/secc)
  DVD+RW 8X (10.8MB/secc) 8X (10.8MB/secc)
  DVD-R 18X (24.3MB/sec) 12X (16.2MB/sec)
  DVD-R Double Layer 8X (10.8MB/sec) 8X (10.8MB/sec)
  DVD-RAM 12X (21.6MB/sec) 12X (21.6MB/sec)
  DVD-RW 6X (8.1MB/sec) 8X (10.8MB/sec)
  DVD-ROM   16X (21.6MB/sec)
  CD-ROM   48X (7.2MB/sec)
  CD-R 48X (7.2MB/sec) 40X (6.0MB/sec)
  CD-RW 32X (4.8MB/sec) 40X (6.0MB/sec)
Burst Transfer Rate PIO Mode 4 (16.6MB/sec), Ultra DMA Mode 2 (33.3MB/sec)
Average Seek Time

DVD-ROM : 130ms

CD-ROM : 110ms

Supported Disc DVD-RAM, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-Viedo, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM/XA, CD-ROM, CD-Audio, Video-CD, CD-I(FMV), Photo CD, CD-Extra,CD-TEXT
Buffer Memory 2 MB
Dimensions (WxHxD mm) 148.2 x 42 x 170
Weight (kg) 0.75
Interface EIDE/ATAPI


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