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Lite-On IT Releases 18x DVD Writer

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Lite-On has released new DVD burner with maximum writing speed for DVD±R medias of 18x. The LH-18A1P drive can write both DVD+R and DVD-R at 18X, double and dual layer discs at 8X and DVD-RAM discs at 12X. The new Lite-On drive comes with SmartWrite technology. This is a Lite-On technology to optimize the writing strategy for each particular writing session. Through the drive's self learning mechanism, it automatically detects and decides the optimal write strategy for DVD±R recordable media. With the launch of the 18X LH-18A1P Lite-On also introduces a new retail box design for DVD-R(W) drives. The new blue-white retail boxes are part of Lite-On ITs corporate identity changes. Lite-On's first 18X drive, the LH-18A1P is expected to be available from October 2006.


Specifications:

Write:
DVD+R 18X maximum by CAV
DVD+R DL 8X maximum by Z-CLV
DVD-R 18X maximum by CAV
DVD-R DL 8X maximum by Z-CLV
DVD+RW 8X maximum by Z-CLV
DVD-RW 6X maximum by Z-CLV
DVD-RAM 12X maximum by P-CAV
CD-R 48X maximum by CAV
CD-RW 32X maximum by Z-CLV, in Ultra Speed disc

Read :
DVD-ROM 16X maximum by CAV
CD-ROM 48X maximum by CAV

- Access time ( maximum ) : DVD: 160ms, CD: 160ms
- Compatibility : Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP

Source: CdrInfo