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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
BenQ Introduces DW1800 and DW1680 DVD Re-Writer


BenQ today expands its optical storage lineup with the DW1800 and DW1680 DVD Re-Writer.

The DW1800 and DW1680 offer 18x and 16x writing speed respectively and both feature BenQ's SolidBurn technology and convenient QSuite application package.

The DW1800 offers a fast DVD-RAM writing speed of up to 12x, currently the fastest available on the market and supports both DVD+R and DVD-R Double Layer recording at 8x.

Equipped with BenQ's exclusive SolidBurn technology, the DW1800 and DW1680 DVD Re-Writer offer superior optical writing with over-speed burning while maintaining at an excellent burning quality. Users can take advantage of the QSuite application package which includes a variety of convenient functions such as QScan function and Test Write function.

The BenQ SolidBurn technology uses a smart self-learning writing strategy that allows drives to burn unknown discs with solid burn quality. The BenQ SolidBurn technology addresses the age old dilemma of disc compatibility versus burn quality. While many drive manufacturers require users to frequent firmware updates in order to ensure compatibility with new discs, the BenQ SolidBurn Technology uses a sophisticated self-learning writing strategy algorithm that eliminates the need for frequent firmware downloads and the output of the algorithm is a writing strategy with optimal jitter value.

In addition to the SolidBurn technology, the BenQ DW1800 and DW1680 also come bundled with the QSuite application package. The QSuite application package provides easy settings to activate or deactivate the SolidBurn technology as well as other convenient functions such as, Book type Management function for a better DVD compatibility, QScan function for an optimized over-speed burning quality and Test Write function for writing simulation. Furthermore, the DW1800 features a module-based design which means additional new functions can be downloaded from the Internet and be added to the QSuite application package.



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