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Tuesday, July 15, 2003
DPS shipping dual format dual interface DVD Burner With DDR


Digital Peripheral Solutions Inc. (DPS) today announced it is shipping its new Que! DVD 2i dual format dual interface drive with direct-to-disk recording (DDR).

The external DVD burner offers IEEE-1394 (FireWire) and USB 2.0 interfaces and supports DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, CD-R and CD-RW formats for PC and Macintosh.

The Que! DVD 2i with DDR enables anyone using a digital camera or camcorder to record directly to DVD media in real-time without saving images onto the computer hard disk drive. This innovation in DVD authoring software eliminates the need to transfer video from the camcorder to the hard disk then to the burner.

The Que! DVD 2i delivers write speeds of 4x for DVD+R and -R, 2x for DVD-RW, 2.4x for DVD+RW, 16x for CD-R and 10x for CD-RW. In addition, the drive comes bundled with software for PC and Mac, all cables and a universal power supply. It weighs only 3.6 lbs.

The Que! DVD 2i dual format dual interface drive is currently available through Ingram Micro, at Fry's Electronics and via catalog at PC/Mac Warehouse, PC/MAC Mall and PC/Mac Zone and J&R Music. MSRP is $299.99. For further information, contact DPS at 714-692-5573, via fax at 714-692-5516, via e-mail at sales@qps-inc.com or visit www.qps-inc.com.


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