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    Slot loading drive

    Ok...I've been very good and done a search first and come up blank so heres the question.....

    Does anyone do a CDRW that is normal size,ie not a laptop slimline type and that is a SLOT loading one?

    Only need a CDRW so expensive DVD variants are not required.

    Anyone know of any please?

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    Never seen one I'm afraid

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    Pioneer are the only people who use Slot loading and I think they only ever did DVD and DVDRW!

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    Ah well.....that sort of confirms what I suspected from my searching.........many thanks for the speedy responses people.

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