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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

16. NEC - Page 2

NEC - Page 2

At the CD/DVD formats, NEC displayed the already well known ND-3520A:

and the newly announced, ND-3540A and ND-6650A. The ND-3540A should very soon, after CeBIT, start selling around Europe, replacing the ND-3520A model. Its main differences compared with ND-3520A are the higher recording speeds for CD-RW (32X ZLCV) and DVD+R DL (8X ZLCV):

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The ND-6650 will come end of April and its major differences, compared with the ND-6500A are the increased writing speeds for DVD-RW (6X), DVD+RW (8X), DVD+R DL (4X) and of course the adoption of DVD-R DL (4X).

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Both ND-3540A and ND-6650A will tested by our website, when are available from NEC! Another new drive, is the CB-1100A, a CD/DVD combo with 52/32/52/16 writing/reading speeds...

Concluding our coverage, we should note that NEC will introduce its own "printing" technology, comparable with LightScribe (LS), which has been licensed by Yamaha (do you remember DiscT@2?). According to NEC, their solution would be much faster than LightScribe (5mins to print an entire disc), and will be offered at two colours (Silver and Blue). We are waiting to see how this technology would be named and how will actually work, compared to the LightScribe...

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