LG GGC-H20L Lightscribe SATA-- Blu-Ray & HD Disc's black - HotUKDeals
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Lightscribe DVD with HD Formats Playback

Ideal for those adding HD playback to media centre PC - (Like me)

Use AV Forums to get free delivery (See previous Scan posts if unsure how to do this)


Comes with goodies

DVD Cases and some NERO Software

OEM versions is 57 pence cheaper (Went for retail myself as i think it has SATA cable with it could be wrong !!!)
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#1
Good price. Voted hot. Great for a all in one media centre.
banned#2
why do people link to their cart instead of the correct page?
banned#3
Better offer - go to TodayOnly - and get it for £78.14 including media cases + software!
#4
father murphy
why do people link to their cart instead of the correct page?


Would have linked to page but when you click on it on scan the only thing shows up is NERO software at £1 due to way scan set this up can ben today only page near bottom P.S i Agree
#5
father murphy
Better offer - go to TodayOnly - and get it for £78.14 including media cases + software!


This may be without SATA cable as its OEM rather than retail did mention this in deal :thumbsup:
banned#6
fair do's :)

Would have linked to page but when you click on it on scan the only thing shows up is NERO software at £1 due to way scan set this up can ben today only page near bottom P.S i Agree


Probably better to link to today only and say which offer (9 in this case)
#7
father murphy
Better offer - go to TodayOnly - and get it for £78.14 including media cases + software!


Forgot to add cases and NERO software to post thanks for pointing this out :oops:
#8
Don't forget that your video card will probably need to support HDCP the high-definition copy protection schema for successful playback (as will your eg TFT monitor).

There's a neat freeware Cyberlink Advisor utility that can give you an immediate analysis of your system suitability for HD playback - which revealed my silent 7600GT isn't HDCP able :oops:
#9
mk-donald
Don't forget that your video card will probably need to support HDCP the high-definition copy protection schema for successful playback (as will your eg TFT monitor).

There's a neat freeware Cyberlink Advisor utility that can give you an immediate analysis of your system suitability for HD playback - which revealed my silent 7600GT isn't HDCP able :oops:


If you do have either a graphics card or TV that isnt HDCP capable, then you can always use Slysoft AnyDVD which bypasses it.
#10
£91 delivered at overclockers for this

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