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Friday, November 26, 1999
 TEAC Announces 8X CD-Duplicator
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Message Text: "..For the digital content storage market, 4.7GB DVD-RAM was the belle of the ball, with all three RAM manufacturers-Panasonic, Toshiba, and Hitachi-all showing models that mirror DVD-5 capacity. Panasonic's drive is now promised for mid-2000 delivery. All the RAM vendors reported increasing interest in a "Super MultiRead" spec for drive vendors to support DVD-RAM as well as other flavors of DVD and CD. This would bode poorly for delayed-again DVD+RW.

If new 120mm DVD-ROM drives support DVD-RAM as well as the other formats, DVD+RW's unique compatibility edge will be lost. The question remains, however, whether this "Super MultiRead" concept can be implemented at a price the PC integration market will be willing to swallow.."

 
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