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Tuesday, June 05, 2001
Taipei 2001: More manufacturers supports DDCD format


"...At Computex Taipei 2001, Everspring will present its Double Density CD (DDCD) compatible ZigaDrive series supports the DDCD format. According to Everspring vice president, Y.C. Huang said: “ Now we offer a full series of drives, all of which can read up to 1.3 GB from CD disks. We will keep on developing the DDCD technology in CD-RW drives.” The product model is MW1640 CD-RW drive (16X write, 10X rewrite & 40 X read)..."



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