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Friday, July 20, 2007
New CD-R Media Feature Braille Code


Mitsubishi Chemical Media Ltd introduced today a new series of CD-R media, specialy designed for people with weak vision.

The new discs feature a special surface that includes information about the type, the capacity and the recording speed of the discs in the Braille code, a special language commonly used among blind people.



The new discs will be available in Japan next month.


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