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Iomega 12X ZipCD (CDRW) drive - FrostyTech.com Iomega 12X ZipCD (CDRW) drive
Tue Feb 20, 2001 | 11:50P| PermaLink
"The Iomega ZipCD 12x10x32 is similar to Iomega's other two drives, the 12x4x32 and the 8x4x32 models with the most significant difference being the introduction of Sanyo's BURN-Proof technology. "BURN" stands for Buffer UnderRuN and the technology is a major improvement to the CD burning process. In the past, the one problem that has thwarted more CD burning attempts than any other, is the buffer-underrun. During the burning, the data that is being supplied to the CD-RW must remain in a constant and (somewhat) steady stream. If this stream of data is interrupted, the CD-RW will run out of data to burn, the laser will turn off and you can kiss that CD goodbye. At least, that's how it used to happen. With Sanyo's BURN-Proof and Ricoh's "Just-Link", buffer underruns are quickly becoming relics of another age."
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