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CnM Blu Ray Slim External Drive - £45.99 with SAVE4 code @ The Hut - deal found by hermanjelmet - CHEAPER THAN CDISCOUNT!

£45.99 @ The Hut
Cheaper than Cdiscount and that got hot! COURTESY OF HUKD MEMBER HERMANJELMET!!! CnM Blu Ray Slim External Drive Blu-ray Slim External Drive, perfect for Netbooks and Laptops A slim s… Read More
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Cheaper than Cdiscount and that got hot!

COURTESY OF HUKD MEMBER HERMANJELMET!!!


CnM Blu Ray Slim External Drive
Blu-ray Slim External Drive, perfect for Netbooks and Laptops
A slim stylish portable external Blu-ray player and CD & DVD/RW powered by dual USB
Every few years a new technology dramatically changes the way we experience home entertainment. DVDs brought us significantly better picture and sound than VHS tapes, as well as scene by scene access and extras like director commentary—all in a durable, easy to store format.
Now, with the popularity of High Definition televisions, Blu-ray players and discs are delivering another wave of innovation in home entertainment.
With this external Blu-ray player in slim design you are able to take the innovation with you to use at work, on the go simply at home.
Compatibility, Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000
Read Speed:
•BD-ROM: 2x
•BD-R: 4x
•BD-RE: 2x
•DVD: 8x
•CD: 24x
Write Speed:
•DVD-R: 8x
•DVD+R: 8x
•DVD-RW: 4x
•DVD+RW: 4x
•DVD-R DL: 2x
•DVD-RAM: 5x
•CD-R: 24x
•CD-RW: 24x
Supports Laptops, netbooks and PC's only.

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#1
dont know if needed- not like that thread had a 'competitor' which would cause them to miss the hut reference within
#2
This might be a stupid question but can you connect this to hd tv
1 Like #3
brilly
dont know if needed- not like that thread had a 'competitor' which would cause them to miss the hut reference within


Unfortunately sometimes people just hit the 'go to deal' tab before reading the posts (like I have before!) so I thought this would make the deal nice and clear.
#4
ryu2406
This might be a stupid question but can you connect this to hd tv


no
1 Like #5
K1LLER HORNET
ryu2406
This might be a stupid question but can you connect this to hd tv


no


Via a pc yes, without a pc no.
#6
Need an external cd drive but not sure if I need a bluray one.
#7
Smoking!
#8
Browsing on the phone, so can't see the linked website, is this conpatible with mac osx, on an iMac(less than a week old so the latest one!)
#9
not listed for Mac or linux, only windows sadly
#10
AberdeenDad
not listed for Mac or linux, only windows sadly

The drive should be able read data disks without any extra software and burn with Toast Titanium.

Playback of a Blue-Ray movie disk however will be long winded.



Edited By: SUMMONER on Feb 12, 2011 23:03
#11
Would the Revo 3610 work with this? as my PS3 is on its way out (loud)
#12
steve10574
Would the Revo 3610 work with this? as my PS3 is on its way out (loud)


Yes, but you'll need some Blu-Ray decoding software, to playback those blu-ray discs. :{
#13
And you will also need at least USB 2 , as Blu Ray Movies run at 54 Mbps whereas USB 1.1 ran @ 12mbits. So if you have an older computer, this might not work quite so well, it would have to be pretty damn old though ! And you should be able to buy a USB 2 PCI card for it also.

Good price and looks to be a good deal , heat left :)
1 Like #14
Soulreape
And you will also need at least USB 2 , as Blu Ray Movies run at 54 Mbps whereas USB 1.1 ran @ 12mbits. So if you have an older computer, this might not work quite so well, it would have to be pretty damn old though ! And you should be able to buy a USB 2 PCI card for it also.
Good price and looks to be a good deal , heat left :)


The specs state the 3610 has usb 2.0?

"Four USB 2.0 ports"
2 Likes #15
steve10574
Soulreape
And you will also need at least USB 2 , as Blu Ray Movies run at 54 Mbps whereas USB 1.1 ran @ 12mbits. So if you have an older computer, this might not work quite so well, it would have to be pretty damn old though ! And you should be able to buy a USB 2 PCI card for it also.
Good price and looks to be a good deal , heat left :)


The specs state the 3610 has usb 2.0?

"Four USB 2.0 ports"

Usb 2 has been around for 10 years but a 10 year old pc would struggle to play a blu-ray, so bringing up usb 1 is a bit silly to be honest.

Edited By: MIDURIX on Feb 13, 2011 10:19
1 Like #16
If you're from the UK (which I assume^^), you can get this even cheaper from iwoot:
http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/electronics/dvd-blu-ray-players/cnm-blu-ray-slim-external-drive/10282798.html

41,99 with voucher "HEART16"

Not for me though 'cause delivery to Germany is 8 quid =/
#17
the IBM x336 server has USB 1.1 I believe, that's only 4-5 years old.... ;)
#18
PR1
the IBM x336 server has USB 1.1 I believe, that's only 4-5 years old.... ;)

As commonly used as a HTPC. :p
#19
Well, perhaps not, but I guess my point was you might find machines less than 10 years old without USB 2.0. Particularly some laptops I think, as I seem to recall the power draw is a little lower... and I have seen people use laptops as htpc's
#20
MIDURIX
steve10574
Soulreape
And you will also need at least USB 2 , as Blu Ray Movies run at 54 Mbps whereas USB 1.1 ran @ 12mbits. So if you have an older computer, this might not work quite so well, it would have to be pretty damn old though ! And you should be able to buy a USB 2 PCI card for it also.
Good price and looks to be a good deal , heat left :)




The specs state the 3610 has usb 2.0?

"Four USB 2.0 ports"

Usb 2 has been around for 10 years but a 10 year old pc would struggle to play a blu-ray, so bringing up usb 1 is a bit silly to be honest.


Might be silly for some people, but there are a lot of laptops and PC's out there with USB 1 (1.1) still. Worth letting people know so they can check it out before hand. As the next couple of posts stated there are machines capable of playing blu ray that have USB 1 ports, so maybe you are the "silly" one ? I have a laptop here that is capable of playing Hi Def content but only has USB 1.1.

Edited By: Soulreape on Feb 13, 2011 15:01
#21
Price has gone up to £54.99 (£49.99 after discount).

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Edited By: SUMMONER on Feb 15, 2011 02:27
#22
Soulreape
Might be silly for some people, but there are a lot of laptops and PC's out there with USB 1 (1.1) still. Worth letting people know so they can check it out before hand. As the next couple of posts stated there are machines capable of playing blu ray that have USB 1 ports, so maybe you are the "silly" one ? I have a laptop here that is capable of playing Hi Def content but only has USB 1.1.
I take your point, just haven't heard of usb 1 only laptop/pcs for so many years I would have thought that anyone wanting blu-ray on their pc would have a recent pc with at least usb 2. So the bit on a ven diagram of people who want blu-ray but only have usb 1 would be very very small, no?
#23
ok drive come today and looks good just need to find some free software to play blurays now
#24
Soulreape
MIDURIX
steve10574
Soulreape
And you will also need at least USB 2 , as Blu Ray Movies run at 54 Mbps whereas USB 1.1 ran @ 12mbits. So if you have an older computer, this might not work quite so well, it would have to be pretty damn old though ! And you should be able to buy a USB 2 PCI card for it also. Good price and looks to be a good deal , heat left :)
The specs state the 3610 has usb 2.0?"Four USB 2.0 ports"
Usb 2 has been around for 10 years but a 10 year old pc would struggle to play a blu-ray, so bringing up usb 1 is a bit silly to be honest.
Might be silly for some people, but there are a lot of laptops and PC's out there with USB 1 (1.1) still. Worth letting people know so they can check it out before hand. As the next couple of posts stated there are machines capable of playing blu ray that have USB 1 ports, so maybe you are the "silly" one ? I have a laptop here that is capable of playing Hi Def content but only has USB 1.1.

jes must be dog slow though

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