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HP to join 18x DVD writer league

This time with LightScribe on board

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HP will next month ship its first internal DVD writer that not only burns at up to 18x speeds but also supports the LightScribe label etching system. Says who? Says Lite-on IT, the Taiwanese optical disc drive maker that manufacturers HP's drives. 18x "will" be HP's new writing speed standard, the PC giant's supplier has ruled.

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Dubbed the HPdvd940i, the drive records can handle all the major DVD and CD recordable and rewriteable formats. And DVD-RAM. It can also work with dual-layer media. And when you've burned your data, you can flip the disc over and write the label.

The HPdvd940i is due to ship in November. Neither HP nor Lite-on provided a price. ®

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