A DVD NEC 'first'

September 2004
Management Services;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p27
Academic Journal
This article features the ND6500 DVD RW launched by NEC. The advanced DVD re-writer has been developed to provide a reliable and lightweight solution to the growing need for high-capacity data back-up on portable personal computers. The ND6500's Double Layer functionality makes it possible to record up to 8.SGb of text, graphics and video, the full hard drive capacity of most laptops providing the ideal safeguard against laptop theft or crashes. 8-speed read/write functionality makes it one of the fastest ways to back up large quantities of data. It incorporates patented NEC Active Optimised Power Control technology to boost quality of written data. Active OPC will identify and overcome local anomalies such as finger prints and scratches in real-time. The ND6500 is also enhanced by the most advanced buffer under-run prevention available, ensuring the continuous data flow required to write to a CD or DVD.


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