Xanthias van BXBoards heeft een review gepost van de Acer CRW6206A, een 6x/2x speed CD rewriter om in de standaard ATAPI poort van je pc te douwen. Hier een z'n ervaringen:
All burned data CD's turned out perfectly and were able to be read by several folks with different hardware. If I did a straight burn without testing first, most of my data CD's like Quake2 and Half-Life were done, start to finish, in about 30 to 35 min. I was assisted somewhat in this regard by the Kenwood multi-beam drive (reviewed right here) that served as my source CD unit. I was able to use ICQ and surf the web fine during both HDD to CD-RW and CD to CD-RW sessions. Gaming would have been out of the question though, due to HDD usage. CPU and memory usage was not burdensome, however (I have a PentiumII 400 and 128MB SDRAM). One nice feature of the Adaptec software is to allow you to mirror a CD onto HDD as an "image" and then burn multiple copies. This method is much faster than CD-ROM to CD-RW transfer over and over again. System resources are almost completely tied up by this method though. Further, you can customize the image from a data CD to include or leave out items from the source material.
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