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Friday, March 11, 2005
CeBIT 2005

58. LG - Page 1

LG - Page 1

LG had a really big booth this year, demonstrating all the latest LG technological achievements, from LCD TVs, laptops, PDA, TFT monitors to Optical storage drives and media.

LG didn't exhibit any new drives besides the new GSA-4167D, which is more or less a GSA-4163D with LightScribe technology. LG demonstrated a working GSA-4167D drive, printing images of visitors on LS CD-R media!

LG also had an 8X Slim Super Multi DVD re-writer, the GMA-8080N

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