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Thursday, January 29, 2004
Sony announces new CD-RW/DVD combo drive


Sony announced the new CRX320A combo CD-RW/ DVD recorder. The drive supports 52x CD-R, 32x CD-RW writing and 52x CD-ROM reading. In addition, DVD-ROM discs can be read at 16x maximum. Availability is expected by mid February, 2004.

The retail package includes a complete software suit with Nero Express 6 and Nero ShowTime. The price of the drive will be approximately $90.

Specifications: - Interface: ATAPI / EIDE
- Write
CD-ROM:52x CAV (Turbo mode), 40x P-CAV default
CD-RW: 32x Z-CLV
- Read:
CDR:52x CAV (Turbo mode), 40x CAV default DVD-ROM: 16x CAV
- Buffer: 2MB
- Access Time: CD-ROM 90msec, DVD-ROM 100msec


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