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 Toshiba announces new DVD burners
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Message Text: Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) announced enhancements to its optical lineup with four new products, including the SD-R6572M, a slim-line optical drive equipped with the LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling technology that now includes DVD+R double layer capability.

The SD-R6572M builds on Toshiba?s previously announced LightScribe drive by adding double layer media capabilities. Developed by HP, LightScribe technology enables computer users to easily burn silk-screen quality labels onto CD and DVD discs directly from the drive, eliminating added steps for creating labels or using pens to identify disc content.

Toshiba also introduced three other drives developed and manufactured by Toshiba Samsung Storage Technologies, (TSST), including the SD-R5372V DVD rewritable drive for desktops, the SD-C2732 DVD-ROM for mobile PCs and the SD-M2012C DVD ROM for desktops:

- The SD-R5372V DVD-W drive allows consumers to record, edit and play back DVDs on their desktop computers and supports 6x +/-DL write speed. Other write speeds are 16X for DVD +/- R, 8X for DVD +RW and 6X for DVD ?RW.
- The SD-C2732 DVD-ROM for mobile PCs is RoHS compliant and delivers read speeds of 8X for DVD-ROM, 2X for DVD-RAM and 4X for DVD+/- R, DVD+/-RW and DVD+R DL.
- The SD-M2012C DVD-ROM for desktop computers is also RoHS compliant and has read speeds of 16X for DVD-ROM, 2X for DVD-RAM and 6X for DVD +/-R, DVD +/- RW and DVD+/-R DL.

For more information on Toshiba?s optical storage technology, visit www.sdd.toshiba.com. For more information on LightScribe technology, visit www.lightscribe.com
 
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