Nuggets: Panasonic DVD-RAM means business

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Written by Justin Pearse, Contributor

We gonna RAM that thing home...

Along with the likes of Toshiba and Hitachi, Panasonic predicts big things for the DVD-RAM format. So no surprise that its latest DVD-ROM drive is one of the first retail drives to be able to read DVD-RAM. The DVD632 is an internal, 6x drive -- better get those speeds up chaps, Pioneer's 10x drive is on the horizon -- reading CD-ROM at 32x. As well as all common CD formats, it's compatible with DVD-RAM/ROM, DVD-R, DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10. The drives has got a 5.25" ATAPI interface and comes with everything you need to get it stuffed into your PC -- cables, screws, mounting accessories etc.

At £84.99 it's not the cheapest option around, but if you believe that DVD-RAM is here to stay it could be a wise investment.

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