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Sunday, June 01, 2003
Mitsubishi Chemicals announce availability of 4x DVD+RW media


Mitsubishi Chemicals media announced 7 new types of 4x DVD+RW media, available on the market by the beginning of July. Their price is expected to be about 980 yen, and they will also be available in a five-pieces package at a price of 3,000 yen.

The new media are manufactured with the "SERL" layer technology, offering less recording errors and high reliability.


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