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BenQ DW1625 Internal DVD Writer with LightScribe Review

Posted on Saturday, April 02 2005 @ 17:18:39 CEST by LSDsmurf


Theoretically at least, laser labeling seemed destined to be an instant hit with homeowners and small media production houses. Sadly, that didn't take place as hoped and the buzz surrounding the inkless labeling technology soon muted down…until now. Of all the probable explanations, the most compelling one would have to be the lethargic pace of adoption by media manufacturers. As with all new breakthroughs of optical storage, speedy mass acceptance is directly influenced by media availability and this was to be a major hiccup to the rise of HP's LightScribe technology. To understand this, we'll need to delve a little deeper into the technicalities of LightScribe and to help us demonstrate the new labeling technique is BenQ's DW1625, one of the first LightScribe drives to hit the retail channel and the first to make its way into our lab.



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