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Friday, June 08, 2001
Sony announces "CRX2000L" DDCD-RW drive


Sony announced today a new Double Density CD-RW drive. The model codename is "CRX2000L" and it's actually an external ,FireWire based, version of the internal CRX200E we have already tested. The drive comes with PrimoCD Plus, abCD and supports: 12x writing, 8x re-writing, 32x reading (CD/DDCD) and 8MB of buffer. Our Japanese visitors should expect to see the new model around middle of July in the local stores.



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