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ASUS Unveils New LightScribe 20x DVD Writer

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  1. malware New Member

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    ASUS Unveils New 20x DVD Writer

    In order to provide users with more options, ASUS has unveiled the new DRW-2014S1/S1T – an industry leading DVD rewriter that supports 14x DVD-RAM write, 20x DVD+/-R, 6x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+RW and 8x DVD+/-R dual layer media write speeds. The ASUS DRW-2014S1/S1T incorporates Over-speed Burning – a technology that is able to burn DL 2.4X discs at 8X speeds, a feature that can save you up to 29 minutes of burning time. The drive is available in both PATA and SATA versions, boasting 2MB of data buffer. The ASUS DRW-2014S1/S1T also adopts several innovative burning technologies found exclusively on ASUS optical drives like Flextralink and Flextraspeed for superb burning quality, as well as FlextraSpeed for optimal recording speeds. More info on this product can be found here.

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    I just bought the DRW-2014L1T.. aren't the differences minimal?
     
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    me too. Does anyone know what the difference is?
     
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    I got a different one of those and it was supposed to be really good from some customer reviews but it takes 3 hours to write a whole DVD and thats just plain and simply too long...But this one looks better so is it time to replace it?:)
     

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