NU TECHNOLOGY 8XDVD+R 4XDVD-RW WITH SONIC DVD SOLUTION SOFTWARE
NU TECHNOLOGY 8XDVD+rRW
ATACOM Part #: DVDR_NUTI_DW_81
Minimum Systems Requirements:
CPU: PentiumÃ‚Â® III 700MHz or above
HDD 800 MB - 1 GB free space for copying CD to CD image
6 GB free space for DVD authoring RAM 128 MB
Monitor Display Resoution 1024 X 768 at 16-bit color
OS Support - Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP
144.2 mm x 41.3 mm x 190.0 mm(cm)
965g Ã‚Â± 10g (with Bezel)
Warranty And Service:
warrants your DRIVE against any defect in material and workmanship, under normal use, for a period of one year following its date of purchase. In the event this product is found to be defective within the warranty period, NU will, at its option, repair or replace the defective unit.
This warranty is void if:
The device is operated or stored under abnormal use and maintenance conditions.
If the unit is repaired, modified or altered, unless such repair, modification or alteration is expressly authorized in writing by NU.
If the unit is subject to abuse, neglect, lighting strike, electrical fault, improper packaging, or accident.
If the unit is installed improperly.
If the serial number of the unit is defaced or missing.
The DDW-081 is a half-height internal type and an IDE/ATAPI interface DVD+R/RW recordable drive. The drive is able to write DVD+R/RW discs as well CD-R/RW discs and can perform as a regular DVD-ROM drive. The DDW-081 has 8X speed DVD+R disc writing, 4X speed DVD+RW disc writing, 16X speed DVD-ROM disc reading, 40X speed CD-R disc writing, 24X speed CD-RW disc writing and 48X speed CD-ROM disc reading capabilities. Furthermore, the DDW-081 supports all writing methods specified in industry standards and the functions of writing conform to them.
Half-height, Tray-load Type DVD+R/RW Drive
Support 12 cm / 8 cm Disc
Maximum 16X (21.6 Mbytes/sec, DVD) / 48X (7,200 Kbytes/sec, CD) Data Transfer Rate
8X DVD+R Disc Writing Speed / 4X DVD+RW Disc Writing Speed / 16X DVD Disc Reading Speed / 40X CD-R Disc Writing Speed / 24X CD-RW Disc Writing Speed / 48X CD-ROM Reading speed
Support Disc-At-Once (DAO) / Session-At-Once (SAO) / Track-At-Once (TAO) / Fixed & Variable Packet Writing for CD
Support Disc at Once, Multi-session (DVD+R), Packet Write, Sequential Write, Random Access Write (DVD+RW) & DVD-Video for DVD
120 ms Random Access Time
IDE/ATAPI interface (compliant to ATA/ATAPI-5)
DVD-ROM (DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18), DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-DA, CD-ROM/XA, CD-i, Karaoke CD, Video CD, Multi-session Photo CD, Enhanced CD, i-trax CD, CD extra, CD Plus, CD-Text, CD-R and CD-RW Discs Compliant
Support Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP Operating Systems
MPC level 3 compliant
MMC2 / Mt. Fuji Command compliant
Mt. Rainier supported
PC 2001 Logo
CSS (Content Scramble System) supported
RPC II (Regional Playback Control Phase II) supported
Motorized Tray Type Automatic Load
Electrical Button / Software / Emergency Ejection
MTBF 60,000 POH
Support Ultra DMA mode2, Multi-word DMA mode 2, and PIO mode 4
Flash ROM supports On Line Programming Capability
Mt. Rainier, also known as EasyWrite, is a format specified by Microsoft, Sony, Philips and Hewlett-Packard to allow an optical disc to be used exactly like a floppy disk. That is, being able to read from and write to the disc from within any application you use, without the need for special burning software. Mt. Rainier differs from traditional packet writing software in that it performs most of the tasks (such as background formatting and handling defect management) in the hardware of the drive itself, making the system far more robust, and relieving the operating system from these tasks. Mt. Rainier will be a standard part of the forthcoming Microsoft Windows version, called Longhorn. Mt. Rainier capability is available for CD-RW and DVD+RW only. Look for the EasyWrite logo on the front of the drive to determine if it is Mt. Rainier compliant.
Two-way compatibility is the basic philosophy for DVD+R and DVD+RW. It means that existing DVD-Video discs can be played on a DVD+RW recorder (or that existing DVD-ROM discs can be read on a DVD+RW drive), and that the recordings you make on DVD+R and DVD+RW discs can be played on existing DVD-Video players and DVD-ROM drives.
This was in Pricewatch und Plextor DVD drives…Looks like it only writes DVD+R and +RW…but Writes at +R at 8X and + RW at 4X first time I have seen this…anyone know more about it???
Thanks Big John