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Tuesday, January 01, 2013
TEAC Introduces New Blu-ray Disc Burner


Teac recently introduced a cost-effective 12x Blu-ray disc burner, the BD-W512GSA.

Available in Europe in bulk/OEM packaging priced around €79, the drive can write Blu-ray BD-R discs at 12X speeds, BD-R DLs at 8X, DVDs at 16X, and CDs at 48X.

The drive is built in the 5.25-inch SATA form-factor and comes with black and white bezel options.



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