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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Cebit 2001 Show

24. Ritek

Ritek in Cebit 2001

Media

Ritek in the Cebit 2001 show presented many interesting shaped CDs among with a new type of media called "Semi-CD" and "Semi-DVD". If you click in the left picture you will see more clearly the "Semi-CD" media. As we understand the media is full sized (12cm) but the recordable part is up to 8cm (around to 200mb). The rest part from 8cm >> 12cm is see through visible.

Ritek also presented mini DVD media and DVD-Video 5, DVD-Video-9 and DVD-Video-10 media.

 

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