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Thursday, March 18, 2004
CeBIT 2004 Exhibition

8. AOpen

AOpen

Aopen currently offers one of the most complete PC related product ranges in the market with motherboards, graphics cards, PC cases, Video converters and of course optical storage drives. Starting from the CD-RW/combo drives, the Chameleon series comes with two extra black and silver front bezels to match your PC case. The basic specifications of the drive include 52x CD-R writing, 32x CD-RW, 52x CD-ROM and 16x DVD-ROM.

Below you can see the company's optical storage product roadmap.

In the DVD range, the new DRW8800 is currently available on the market, coming with (Z-CLV), 8x DVD±R, 4x DVD±RW (CLV), 32x CD-R and 16x CD-RW. The drive is available for around €150.

As with the majority of manufacturers, AOpen will not offer any 12x DVD+R burner, and will proceed to the 16x model. The DUW1608/AAR supports the following speeds:

  • 16x DVD+R write
  • 2.4x DVD+R9 write
  • 8x DVD-R write
  • 8x DVD+RW write
  • 4x DVD-RW write
  • 48x CD-R, 32x CD-RW write
  • 48x CD-ROM, 16x DVD-ROM
  • 8MB cache

Availability on the market should be expected by July. Price will be somewhere around €180.

Video converters/VGA Cards




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