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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Cebit 2001 Show

29. TDK (2)

TDK in Cebit 2001 - Page 2

Media

TDK presented in Cebit 2001 a new series of DVD-R, colourful CDR media and mini 3" CDs (used for portable Mp3 CD players). Note that TDK haven't still presented 24x compatible media since it is still developing. However TDK's 24x media would be available when the CyClone 24x writer would be out in May/June 2001.

TDK is not supporting the DVD+RW format. Why? The answer seems to be that the DVD+RW format hasn't come from the DVD-Forum and that it is closed (companies must pay for getting the licences in order to support it). However if the DVD+RW format becomes the next major DVD Re-Writing standard TDK will support it:

DVD-RW media >>DVD-RW Video Media

DVD-R 4.7GB media >>

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