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Thursday, June 14, 2007
HP DVD1035i

1. Introduction

HP's dvd1035i is one of the relatively recent 20X Multiformat drives (official release date: April of 2007). The Super-multi DVD burner is backed by Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions (PLDS), which currently sells optical disc drives under the brand names of Lite-On and HP.

The DVD burner comes with Nero 7 ESSENTIALS software package (including Nero Express 7 Essentials, Nero ShowTime 3 Essentials, Nero Vision 4 Essentials, Nero Recode 2 Essentials, InCD5 Essentials and Nero PhotoShow Express 4).

As shown in the table below, the maximum DVD speeds are 20X for DVD+R, 8X for DVD+RW, 20X for DVD-R, 6X for DVD-RW, 8X for DVD+R DL, 8X for DVD-R DL, 12X for DVD-RAM and 16X for DVD-ROM.

This drive is based on the MediaTek MT-1898E Chipset, as seen in the pictures below.


The HP DVD1035i drive was recognised by Windows XP as "HP DVD Writer 1035d FH22". The drive's basic features are illustrated below.

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