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Wednesday, October 09, 2002
Pacific Digital intros 7-in-1 DVD BurnerPlus drive


Pacific Digital Corporation has introduced its DVD BurnerPlus drive. With a complete, world-class CD and DVD authoring software bundle, the BurnerPlus allows users to easily create and duplicate home movies and MP3 collections. Based on new, second-generation DVD+RW/+R technology, it is the ultimate in cross-platform, high-performance recording. The BurnerPlus supports all four leading DVD formats as well as all CD formats. These include DVD+R, DVD+VR, DVD+RW, DVD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW and CD-ROM. DVD+R media is compatible with most popular DVD players.

The Pacific Digital DVD BurnerPlus DVD+RW/+R drive records up to 4.7GB Data on DVD-R write-once media -- and can record a full disc in less than 30 minutes. It is bundled with the latest in DVD+ and CD recording software led by the new Mediostream neoDVD 4.0, Arcsoft's latest Showbiz 1.1, Nero Express, Nero InCD and Intervideo's WinDVD.

"The many DVD recording formats available today have confused consumers and mass merchants alike," said Tony Tate, vice president of Pacific Digital. "Pacific Digital's BurnerPlus is a complete solution that can use any of these formats. BurnerPlus allows users to easily capture, create or copy DVD movies, using the latest DVD+ technology backed by Microsoft and other industry leaders."

The Pacific Digital DVD BurnerPlus is available now at an MSRP of $349.99. For detailed product information, visit www.PacificDigital.com.


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