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Monday, April 09, 2001
Novac presents 9.4GB DVD-RAM


Novac has announced 9.4GB of DVD-RAM drive with codename ' MagicalActor DVD-RAM. The drive supports the single sided 4.7GB/2.7GB media and the new 9.4GB (double side). The interface is ATAPI (UDMA2) and has 2MB of buffer.  Other than the reading and writing of the DVD-RAM, the reading the DVD-ROM/DVD-R/CD-ROM/CD-R/RW is possible. Last the drive has size of 146x201x42mm (width×depth×height) and weights 1.2kg.



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