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LG External USB Lightscribe DVD-RW Drive - £25.46

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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
I was browsing ebuyer and i found this amazing deal. Its an External LG USB 2.0 DVD-RW which has lightscribe which is a direct disk labeling system. You can pick up an internal lightscribe drive for this price so having it external is a real deal at £25.46. I dont know how long this price will last so buy it quickly.

Specs:

LightScribe DVD Rewriter is compatible with all DVD formats. Create precise laser-etched labels direct onto a CD or DVD with LightScribe direct labeling technology. With Dual Layer technology, the LG GSA-E10L allows you to store up to 4.7GB per side on all Dual Layer compatible media. Records All, Plays All! With LG, Life's Good!
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#1
Anyone used one of these?
#2
Mac OSX compatible too, very good deal.
#3
I BOUGHT LG INTERNAL AS SECOND DVD DRIVE THEN WHENEVER TRIED PLAYING DVD MOVIES IT'S VERY SLOW or HANGING
THE OTHER DRIVE (DELL SYSTEM PHILIPS) IS OK
SO MAY BE FOR FEW EXTRA POUNDS BUY A BEST ONE
#4
This must be a misprice?

I have never had any problems with LG drives
banned#5
Predikuesi
Anyone used one of these?

no
banned#6
Money Spinning
Mac OSX compatible too, very good deal.

OS Required: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional , Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional



are you sure?
#7
Ebuyer are notorius for not mentioning if they are mac compatible or not, if you look at the reviews on that product (on the ebuyer site), two are from Mac OSX users.

The first review says this...

Works great with OS X
banned#8
Good price.

These are £34.97 in Currys atm
banned#9
Ugh USB DVD-RW?! I wouldn't burn with a USB 2 DVD-RW unless there was no alternative. Be warned guys those of you with not so new computers will not find it hard to to sustain a high burn speed, id suggest burning at 8x
#10
Archer
id suggest burning at 8x

Which is the suggested maximum speed for burning any dvd disc
#11
dont bother with the light scribe, its garbage! for one the discs are more expensive. for two to burn the image (and basic images is all it can burn) takes 20 mins and thats at low res (30 for high res) and for three the discs only come in a brown/bronze colour so your image is always in black! it wont be able to do colours for a few years yet:w00t:

[SIZE=2]also add the time to actually burn your data to the disc aswell and your looking at a long task.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]cd/dvd marker pen so much cheaper and way faster:thumbsup: [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]can you tell i learned the hard way?[/SIZE]
#12
...best to buy a cr / dvd printer like the ace Casio 45 series - i got one new under £40 delivered via eBaY - standalone ( batteries or mains ) or usb linked...IF you REALLY need / want to print professionally - an array of fonts etc etc ...but...like fozey says ( and i do this as well as use the Casio ) use a marker pen ( if u got good handwriting etc ! )
#13
I've got one of these. They are great. Works well with Linux, OS X and windows. You can download Linux Lightscribe software from LaCie that works with any lightscribe drive. The drive looks very smart and well made.
#14
can someone entertain me here and explain what lightscribe is please?
#15
shutdown
can someone entertain me here and explain what lightscribe is please?


Instead of writing on the face of the disk, printing out on the face of the disk or printing a sticker to go over the face of the disk.... lightscribe will burn whatever you want on the face of the disk but definately not in different colours....

Its another way to label it....
#16
It looks very professional but it takes a while to do, around 20 minutes and you have to have special disks. If your making disk backups then its a good way to have a good looking disk instead of just writing on the front of it.
#17
Predikuesi
Anyone used one of these?


Yep, I have one. Bought it for £30 from PC world about a year ago. It's very good. I use it every day and it's still going.
#18
I bought a similar one of these about 6 months ago & it does the job very well.
banned#19
Thinking about getting one to run with a pentium 3 laptop, however, only USB 1. Do you think my laptop would manage to interact with it to an acceptable level?
#20
Proximo
no

Thanks for your infortative reply:giggle:
banned#21
pinkleponkle
Which is the suggested maximum speed for burning any dvd disc


Not really, there are quality 16x media available and also better interal rw's that burn good quality discs @ 16x.
#22
wellfan
Thinking about getting one to run with a pentium 3 laptop, however, only USB 1. Do you think my laptop would manage to interact with it to an acceptable level?


maybe at 1 speed?
#23
wellfan
Thinking about getting one to run with a pentium 3 laptop, however, only USB 1. Do you think my laptop would manage to interact with it to an acceptable level?


Would be painfully slow...
#24
I got 4 LG DVD reader writer products and can vouch for them very highly!! The latest one I bought was LG External HN20 which can also help you copy video from Camcorder, VHS Etc. Great stuff, go get them! :thumbsup:
banned#25
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Now £43.34 inc VAT

TBH just get an internal DVD-RW for £20 they're cheap as chips. Its a no brainer
#26
i got one of these at the lower price, to be fair, lightscribe or no lightscribe, an external dvd rw for the same price as an internal is abargain any way you look at it.
#27
sent for one thanks good price for a external and from what i seen at cdfreaks.com there good just not new as the new ones are LG GSA-E40L and 18x where htis one is LG GSA-E10L 16x thanks again for this :)



scooter
banned#28
This is funny. A few seconds ago stock was 69 and price was £20.81 including VAT. Now there's only 1 in stock and the checkout price seems to be £26.99 excluding VAT. Don't know how they worked that one ;)
#29
I got E10N (non-lightscribe) delivered today spent 20mins talking to customer services (£2.00 cost 0870 number ) got left on hold ....looking for complaints procedure any ....help..










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#30
got mine today great drive :)

scooter
banned#31
Daddyouk
I got E10N (non-lightscribe) delivered today spent 20mins talking to customer services (£2.00 cost 0870 number ) got left on hold ....looking for complaints procedure any ....help..
Just noticed that the ******* *******s have shipped me a GSA-E10N drive instead of the lightscribe version as well.
#32
Repo
Just noticed that the ******* *******s have shipped me a GSA-E10N drive instead of the lightscribe version as well.


Join the club - they're cheeky sods aren't they.

Anyone else?
#33
this was for the GSA-E10N wasint it ??


scooter
#34
1st post. Great forum.

Ebuyer also sent me the GSA-E10N (ie the non lightscribe version). It was my first order from Ebuyer. I e-mailed them expecting a couple of pounds credit as compensation, which would have kept me happy. They weren't interested. An apology and that was it. Although it was a great price it will probaly be my last order from them. I'll stick with Amazon from now on.

Cheers!

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