TSST launches its first half-height LightScribe DVD burner

I just posted the article TSST launches its first half-height LightScribe DVD burner.

TSST (Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology) already has a slim type LightScribe DVD burner on the market, the TS-L532L, but the recently announced SH-W162L/TS-H552L will be the company’s …

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Anyone knows which chipset?

My guess would be MTK!

That´s possible. Last Samsung use MTK

nm…
[edited by Ian@CDRLabs.com on 10.10.2005 17:02]

This is the most unreliable or the cheapest dvd that HP could have equipped their 64 Bit ( no operating system [64 bit] are these people that cheap or do they consider all their customers complete idiots. :r

The piece of shit does not work :frowning:

Another one who needs to wash his mouth out with soap! :r

It’s TRUE. THIS IS A WORTHLESS PIECE OF SHIT!!!