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CD-RW Question

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July 4, 2002 10:54:11 PM

If I can get the Lite On 40X12X48(RTL40125S) and the TDK 40X/12X/48X VeloCD (AI-CDRW401248) for about the same price (less than $70), which one would be better *overall* -- that inlcudes DAE, writing and re-writing speeds, etc.
TIA.

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July 4, 2002 11:11:37 PM

bah....i think i'll just go for the TDK because it has a slightly faster seek time than Lite-on's (other than that, they're the same drives).
Oh, and the blue tray also looks cool =)

<b><font color=blue>Via chipsets, SiS chipsets -- all the same...all made in TAIWAN!
July 5, 2002 12:07:58 PM

Seek theze nutz; LiTeOnIt 0wNz TdK!!!!
July 5, 2002 4:34:55 PM

believe it or not, i ended up buying the lite-on because of one thing: Mt. Reinier.

Other than that, they're the same exact drive.

<b><font color=blue>Via chipsets, SiS chipsets -- all the same...all made in TAIWAN!
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