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Thursday, March 11, 2004
New Creation DVD-R and DVD+R media


Creation has released its new media for DVD recording. The new series includes recording for both format DVD-R and DVD+R.

According to Creations their features are :

- Write once media
- AZO Dye
- 4.7 GB for DATA or 120min for VIDEO
- 4x recording speed
- One-time video recording
- Recordable in major DVD-R/RW drives
- Playable on most DVD-Video players and DVD-ROM drives
- High-reliability and durability


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