I just received my 1620 yesterday. I have been playing around with BenQ's new QScan tool and have been getting inconsistent results. For example, the "Smart Scan" test will tell me that a disk is unsuitable for use at a certain speed, however when I do a "Normal" QScan on the same disk, it tells me that the disk is suitable for use at that speed.
I am guessing that this is because the Smart Scan only looks at one certain point on the outer track, while Normal Scan tests the whole disk? I would tend to trust the Normal Scan results more because it evaluates more areas of the disk. What do you guys think?
Has anyone used this tool long enough to determine that when Smart Scan says that a disk is NG but Normal Scan says it is OK... should I believe the Normal Scan result and burn the disk at the higher speed?
BTW, This is a fantastic tool. BenQ has really come up with a good idea here. It works pretty well for a first release, and I am sure that BenQ will improve it.