Just arrived: NEC ND-1100A.

Backup time now ;)
Posted on 2003-03-14 09:29:36 by bazik
heh x4 :P thats a bit slow over 7gb cd :P
Posted on 2003-03-14 10:19:10 by wizzra

heh x4 :P thats a bit slow over 7gb cd :P


Nope.

4x regarding to the DVD specification is 5,520 Kbyte/s.
4x regarding to the CD specification is 600 Kbyte/s.

Dont mix it up :)

And a DVD+R is 4.7 GB big. That means I burn a full DVD+R in

(((4700 * 1024) / 5520) / 60) = 14.53 ~ 14:30 minutes :)
Posted on 2003-03-14 10:26:16 by bazik
bazik - That's cool, my dad just ordered one of those too :)

*Crosses fingers* How much did you pay for it? We got it for 269 euro.
Posted on 2003-03-14 11:21:58 by Qweerdy

bazik - That's cool, my dad just ordered one of those too :)

*Crosses fingers* How much did you pay for it? We got it for 269 euro.


229 at eBay as bulk version (I dont need the software anyway) :)
Manufacturing date January 2003... (Dell had a special contract for 2 months that these burners only got sold with new Dell Dimensions in Jan & Feb :) )
Posted on 2003-03-14 12:16:15 by bazik
I just ordered the next toy :)

V7 L17MB :grin:
Posted on 2003-03-14 13:06:17 by bazik
DVD recorders and data drives designed to this specification will provide the ability to record at 44 megabits per second, taking less than 15 minutes to record a full capacity DVD+RW/+R disc.
Posted on 2003-03-14 13:30:40 by gorshing

I just ordered the next toy :)

V7 L17MB :grin:


nice choice thats what i have :)
Posted on 2003-03-14 14:57:18 by Qages
Well at least I got the software... Nero was one of the essentials that I still didn't own (which isn't to say I didn't have it installed :rolleyes: ).

I'd like a 17 inch flatscreen, but I can't justify it with the 15 inch one we already have... and I want to kinda keep spending down in preparation for the moment we'll buy a new vid card.
Posted on 2003-03-15 03:05:32 by Qweerdy