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Friday, November 27, 2009
Philips Released The SPD2525P 24x DVD Burner


Philips today released a new internal DVDRW drive that reads and writes all DVD, dual layer and CD formats.

The new SPD2525P DVD burner (commercially found as SPD2525BD/97 and SPD2525BM/00) has a SATA interface and supports 24x writing speed, features the Dynamic Calibration technology to ensure quality when writing at high speed, safe re-writing with Seamless Link, writing on Double layer writer for +R and -R, DL media as well as DVD-RAM.

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