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- DVD PLAYERS. // Consumer Reports Buying Guide;2001, p39
Provides information on digital video disc players, including the price range of the models, key features and buying tips.
- Samsung TS-H492A. // Australian Personal Computer;Mar2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p52
The article focuses on new developments in the field of computers. The TS-H492A combines a 52x CD-R, 32x CD-RW drive with a 16x DVD-ROM for good performance. It also has Ahead's Nero 6.0 for burning CDs and CyberLink's PowerDVD 6.0 for watching movies.
- Room to move. Overington, Matt // Australian Personal Computer;Sep2003, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p46
If 2003, in personal computer (PC) terms, is to remembered for anything it will be as the year the computer moved into the lounge room. Shuttle's XPC range has led the charge, but MSI's take on the barebones theme is a small form factor multimedia powerhouse. It operates as a PC, a standalone...
- DVD doubles up. Race, Nick // Australian Personal Computer;Aug2004, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p44
DVD burning has come a long way in a short time. Ever since Pioneer announced the first DVD-R drive, a monstrous SCSI-2 single speed unit in October 1997, recording speeds have been increasing in stops and starts. The DVD+R Double Layer (DL) standard is championed by the DVD+RW Alliance. The...
- CD-RW Drives. Perenson, Melissa J. // PC World;Sep2002, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p98
Provides a guide in buying data disk drives. Increase in the rewritable speed of the products; Purpose of the buffer in disk drives; Assessment on the cost of internal IDE drives.
- Rewritable DVD Drives. Perenson, Melissa J. // PC World;Sep2002, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p100
Presents a guide in selecting rewritable digital video disk (DVD) drives. Features of the rewritable format; Difference in the speed between DVD+RW and DVD-ROM; Comparative cost of internal and external DVD burners.
- Processing the video. Spiga, Jarrod // Australian Personal Computer;Oct2004, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p88
This article suggests as how you can save space in your computer with different video formats. A complete DVD ripped to your hard disk can consume up to 9GB of space â€” a large amount, even considering the size of modern drives. If you can't write your backup to DVD, it makes sense to '...
- Portable storage 2006. Yates, Darren // Australian PC User;Feb2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p30
The article presents a buyer's guide to portable storage devices in Australia for 2006. The high definition DVD, touted by Toshiba and NEC, has impressive specifications with video frame size support from 320 by 240 pixels. The competition between the Blue-ray format and the high definition DVD...
- Videos to DVD. // Video Systems;Oct2005, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p35
Features the DVDirect VRD-VC20 automated burner from Sony Corp. in the U.S. Product design; Capability of the device; Price of the product.