20x DVD burners market previsions

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#1

I just posted the article 20x DVD burners market previsions.

According to a news published at DigiTimes, 20x has a good probability to become the mainstream writing speed of DVD burners in the fourth quarter of 2007.There are already some DVD burners…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/13120-20x-DVD-burners-market-previsions.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/13120-20x-DVD-burners-market-previsions.html)

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#2

who in the world needs to burn at 20x??? I never burn faster than 8x…that is fine 4 me…unless you got lots of daily backups to do LOL :slight_smile:


#3

People that can’t wait that extra second for the burn to complete. :B


#4

Im still waiting on DVD+/-RW Dual Layer burners that were supposed to be available in 2007


#5

actually 8x seems the best all around. Even with verbatim and TY media my relatives’ older players never seem to like 12x 16x…always some type of hickup. At 20x, to get the same quality as 8x, you will need virtually perfect media and burner…not gonna happen. This is liek the megapixel war in digital cameras…most people print 4x6…so why 10 megapixel cameras? :r


#6

20x and 18x are a joke. Compatibility and burn quality at those speeds is compromised. Yes, I too would like to see DVD+R/-R DL re-writeable drives.


#7

OT here – 10 megapixel cameras allow you to shoot a poorly framed photo and crop it to perfection later on. Try doing that with a 1.3 megapixel camera!


#8

true, but when does the average person crop? Never…Even with my Fuji DSLR I rarely crop. While OT cropping is just an excuse to pack more megapixels into a CCD of the same size and get noiser output. the same can be said of 20x burn…output is poorer.