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Thursday, March 18, 2004
CeBIT 2004 Exhibition

22. Ricoh

Ricoh

Ricoh's latest dvd recorder on the market is the MP5308D, released last week, at the price of €129. We visited Ricoh's booth in order to see the upcoming 16x DVD+R recorder, which will also support dual layer recording for DVD+R. 8x recording for DVD-R is also supported by this model, due to market demands. This model will cost aproximately €180 and will be available sometime in Autumn.

Ricoh will also release on the market, 16x DVD+R media in Autumn. Additionally, the company plans to produce its own dual layer media.

The following standalone players/recorders will be available from Ricoh only as OEM.




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