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I-O Data announces 80GB and 160GB iVDR cards for the teeming few

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
March 8, 2007
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If you're one of the unfortunate few outside of Japan to get locked into iVDR media after it was touted as the next big thing, well, take heart: I-O Data still loves you. Today they announced 80GB (iVDR-80) and 160GB (you guessed it, the iVDR-160) cartridges. Available late April in Japan for ¥38,850 (about $333) or ¥22,050 (about $189) of the green stuff for the 160GB and 80GB cartridges, respectively. Ouch. We hear they'll look great stacked up side-by-side with your MiniDisc collection.

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