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Tuesday, June 22, 1999
Matsushita announces first 9.4GB DVD-RAM Drive


"..The new drive is read/write compatible with 2.6GB DVD-RAM discs and read compatible with DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD-R and various CD discs. The new DVD-RAM drive is based on the 4.7GB DVD-RAM format and some of the new developments that made it possible include : .."



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