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Tuesday, February 05, 2002
32x CD-RW Roundup Vol 2 Hardware Review


Today we post our latest hardware review. This time we examine five 32x CD-RW drives from Aopen (CRW3248), CyberDrive (CW058D), LiteOn (LTR-32123S), Mitsumi (CR-480ATE) and Philips (PCRW3210). We compare all five drives side to side in a rather big roundup of 14 pages...

In our first "32x CD-RW Roundup" we examined how three 32x recorders from LiteOn, Freecom and Mitsumi performed. After 40days new firmware revisions for LiteOn, Mitsumi drives released and new drives arrived from Philips, AOpen and CyberDrive. In this roundup we will examine if performance for LiteOn/Mitsumi drives have been improved and how the new drives does perform.

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