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Wednesday, 21 March 2007 14:24

Ultra Slim Slot-in S-ATA Blu-Ray Writer

Written by Sanjin Rados

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CEBIT 2007: Sony NEC Optiarc Inc.



The war between Blu-ray and HD-DVD format is a never ending story. LG is did nice work with Hybrid-player who is capable to play both formats. Optiarc, a synergy between Sony and NEC is capable of doing the same thing but Sony wants to sell Blu-ray discs only because it is its own. For now Optiarc is showing whole range of Blu-ray discs.

 

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On their booth we spotted one ultra slim Blu-ray writer for notebooks. It is brand new sample made this month, and you can tell that from the date. Named is BD5710S and is Slot-in with S-ATA. Finally the optical drives become SATA only. 

 

 

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For a PC there is BD-M100A 2x writer.

 

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One not ultra slim but slim is 2x BD 5500A writer.

 

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Labelflash is beside Lightscribe new trend. It should be much faster than Lightscribe method and Opticar have two versions of drives that can support it.

AD7173S is 18x S-ATA DVD multi writer with Labelflash, and second one is named AD-7913A and is 8x DVD writer for notebooks. Overall we will have a lot of new products from Optiarc. 

 

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Last modified on Wednesday, 21 March 2007 15:47

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