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August 5, 2001 3:19:27 PM

Every month or so one company tops another for fastest Burner. Now the 24X models are out. I just brought a 16x Plextor. Now I see 16X CD-Rs discs everywhere but has anyone seen 10X CD-RW discs? I haven't seen anythign faster than 4X for CD-RW discs. Any recommendations?


<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by dpaige on 08/05/01 11:19 AM.</EM></FONT></P>

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August 5, 2001 6:32:57 PM

Funny On my lunch break today I saw some. But they don't seem to sell them in bulk.

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August 6, 2001 5:28:48 AM

they do exist.
i got one (1) when i got my new system with ricoh 12x10x32x burner.
think it was made by teac.

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August 15, 2001 11:44:21 AM

teac make them and they can be purchased from PCworld. unfortunatly this is a U.K store.

Although it has a lot of good ideas, beer doesn't know anything about computers!!!
August 20, 2001 3:27:30 PM

aye, and pc world probably charge a fortune for them, are they still selling boxes of 10 cdr for £11.99?
LOL I get 25 for less than that

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October 24, 2001 4:36:12 AM has the 10X CD-RW's. Do a search for Media cd-rw #pack 10X. Replace the # sign with a number,10,20,25,50,100,200. For 100 10X CD-RW the price is expensive $85 + shipping. I recomend buying CDR's

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