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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Cebit 2001 Show

16. Maxell

Maxell in Cebit 2001

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Maxell in the Cebit 2001 show presented a full new series for the DVD recording area among with new high anti-scratch coating CDs:

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You will notice in the above picture the "DVD-RW version 1.1". What is this about? There is a new version of the DVD-RW format (1.1) in order to cover some weaknesses of the first version. The main difference is the adoption of the CSS protection. The DVD-RW v1.1 media includes CSS information in order to make the media playable in most DVD players. As you know most DVD players will refuse to play media that doesn't include CSS protection. The new version (1.1) hope to solve this problem.




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