48x Write CD-R
16x Rewrite CD-RW
48x Read CD-ROM Speed
ATAPI / E-IDE, support up to Ultra-DMA Mode2 (33.3MB/sec)
Access Time :
Buffer Size :
System Requirement :
CPU Pentium 2 400MHz or faster, 64MB DRAM required
HDD must have access time < 20ms, with a minimum of 100MB Free space
Supported Disc Format :
CD/CD-R/CD-RW formats both 8cm & 12cm discs (up to 99 mins)
Supported Write Modes:
Disc-at-once, Track-at-Once, Session-at-Once, Multi-Session, Packet Writing.
MTBF (Life) :
146 (D) x 194 (W) x 41.7 (H) mm
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