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Sony Introduces 22x DVD Drive

Sony Introduces 22x DVD Drive

While Blu-ray drives slowly but surely making headway into the market, Sony has introduced a DVD writer with 22x writing speed, something that other manufacturers have already done. The model, called Sony AD-7220S/A delivers 22x writing speed when using compatible single layer DVD +/- R disc.

Sony claims the AD-7220S/A series is a professional device with high reliability and provides top-of-the line performance. It is available in Serial ATA or Parallel ATA Interface in Bulk Packing.

Furthermore, it features several key technologies such as vibration reduction system and heat dissipation method. Automatically adjusting CD-DA/VCD/DVD data extraction for smooth reading, the Sony AD-7220S/A also features buffer under run protection and optimized writing quality by automatically adjusting writing strategy, which provides optimal user experience.

Audio, CD-DA, Enhance CD, UDF (fixed/variable Packet mode) and DVD-Audio.

"We are excited to announce the launch of one of the fastest DVD-RW writers available in the market today. As the size of data is increasing day by day, higher speed has become the need of the hour. This is exactly where this new Sony DVD writer fits in. I am confident that this product will raise the bar for 22X DVD-RW drives", said Mr. Rajesh Goenka, VP-Sales & Marketing, Rashi Peripherals Pvt.Ltd.

Availability and Pricing - Sony AD-7220S/A series is available through Rashi Peripherals and its 53 branches throughout India at an estimated retail price of Rs. 1300/- (US$26) and comes with a 1 year warranty.


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