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Friday, December 19, 2008
Samsung SH-S223F 22x DVD Burner Review


We are testing one of the fastest DVD burners today, the new Samsung SH-S223F DVD burner, capable of writing on DVD recordable discs at 22x.

The basic tests include reading speed and efficiency with various CD/DVD discs, ability to read defected CD/DVD media as well as the basic writing quality tests. This is the first time we are using our new testing platform for testing the writing quality, powered by the IQB Omni CD/DVD Analyser by Quantized Systems.

To be honest, our first thoughts when we started this test was that Samsung had pushed things a little bit with the release of a 22x DVD burner, which stresses the drive and the discs to their physical limits. However, it seems that Samsung's engineers did a good job this time.

The review is available here.



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