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Ilse Jurriƫn : February 28th 2006 - 00:45 CET

Samsung DVD recorder with LightScribe technology


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SamsungSamsung DVD recorder with LightScribe technology : Samsung Electronics Ltd., the worldwide digital consumer electronics and information technology leader, announces its fastest dual layered DVD recorder. The new SH-W162L is a unique LightScribe, enabling 16X DVD re-writeable drive with 8X dual speed recording. LightScribe technology is embedded in the DVD drive and lets users engrave labels, photos, and designs right onto the CD and DVD discs with no hassle at all. The result is a professional look with no worries about labels falling off or sloppy marker smudges. The drive's label making software is pre-loaded with an array of designs and labels for users who choose not to create their own label.
Samsung DVD recorder with LightScribe technologySamsung - Super fast 8x dual layer
"As a storage technology leader, Samsung's SH-W162L recorder offers consumers two improved technologies combined into one affordable product: the ability to print text, photos or whatever design a user wishes directly onto discs, and the leap in dual speed recording time," comments Albert Kim, National Sales Manager, Storage Systems for Samsung SSI. In addition to the LightScribe technology, the SH-W162L offers a super-fast 8X dual-layer speed recording and storage of up to 8.5GBs of data. This enhanced speed cuts down burning times significantly. A file that would have taken 30 minutes to back up, now just takes 13 minutes. This is particularly helpful for users who conduct vast amounts of video or data backup. The 8X dual layer speed also allows users to input large amounts of data, such as video, photos or information from a database, onto a DVD at a much faster rate compared with previous Samsung models.

Samsung SH-W162L DVD recorder - LightScribe technology
The SH-W162L is easy and simple to use. Users record their preferred data - either music, photos, or text - remove the disc after burning is complete, turn it over and the SH-W162L imprints the label, design, or photo onto the disc. This one-of-a-kind technology focuses light energy onto a thin dye coating to produce labels. Only LightScribe-ready CDs and DVDs can be inscribed by drives with LightScribe technology.

Samsung dual layer DVD recorder - Advanced technologies
The SH-W162L offers users the benefit of many advanced technologies including: Silent Pulse Width Modulation (SPWM) and Automatic Ball Balancing System (ABS) to maximize performance and lower the volume of in use clatter when recording or reading at top speeds; Speed Adjustment Technology, to match the speed to the functionality of the disc; Tilt Actuator Compensation (TAC) for preferred writing condition when interacting with the objective lens; and Double Optimum Power Control, which balances the laser power on the sides of the disc for a better writing performance. Buffer Under Run Error is avoided by the power save attribute.

Samsung SH-W162L DVD recorder - Price & Availability
The Samsung SH-W162L dual layer DVD recorder supports the recording of DVD+R media at 16X, DVD-R at 16X, DVD+RW at 8X and double layer DVD+R at 8X. The Samsung SH-W162L DVD recorder is currently shipping and has an estimated street price of $70.

About Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2003 parent company sales of US$36.4 billion and net income of US$5.0 billion. Employing approximately 88,000 people in 89 offices in 46 countries, the company consists of six main business units: Corporate Technology Operations, Digital Appliance Business, Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business and Telecommunication Network Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is the world's largest producer of color monitors, color TVs, memory chips, TFT-LCDs and VCRs.





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