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Panasonic BD UJ260 Blu Ray BD 6x Writer Drive BD-R/RE XL 100GB Slim External USB in Black

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Technical Details
BrandPanasonic
Item Weight422 g
Product Dimensions18.6 x 16.6 x 4.6 cm
Item model number2924
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CJABYG8
Best Sellers Rank 296,544 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
Date First Available14 Dec. 2013
  
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Product Description

Allows you to write on BD-R XL (100GB) blanks Also writes BD-R/E, DVD?R/W, DVD?R DL, DVD-RAM and CD-R/W Slimline product, small and portable, ideal for netbooks, notebooks & laptops Plug & Play on Windows Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, MacOS 8.6+ (no additional drivers required) Powered via USB (Bus-powered / no external power supply required)



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will play discs as stated but unable to play any disc to completion. just drops out at random points in the film.
no error messages.
unusable.
unable to get a replacement, so a refund.
waste of time and effort all round.

do not buy.
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Excellent product, which uses the computers power via two USB sockets. I have no issue with the product but some dedicated software to guide its use for data transfer would have been helpful. My first attempt used windows explorer, but this took an age and was a bit of a blind process as I was not sure about progress etc and it was very slow, taking about 4 hours for 50 Gb. The caveat here is that the real issue may have been my ignorance. Work recommended image burn or Nero as helpful. I used the free version of the former and it was fantastically helpful for data, video and photo transfer. To transfer 50 gb it takes between 1 to 2 hours. I have photoshop elements which should help construct videos directly to disc but I have not tried this yet as the primary purpose is for back up at the moment. I have been told blu rays are very long lasting, decades, whereas DVD or hard drives have a finite life span or a few years.
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