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SATA could displace ATAPI for DVD-ROM, DVD burners in 2H07, say Taiwan makers - comments from readers
Jimmy Hsu, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 16 May 2007]
  • Posted on May 18, 19:19

    Here in New Zealand SATA optical drives are already on the retail shelves and in some case's are actualy cheaper than there IDE cousins, case inpoint my new Pioneer DVR-212 sata DVDRW/RAM cost $20's less than the same IDE part.
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