Internal Lightscribe drive. Seems a good price and quick burn speed.
* Write Speed (DVD+R) 2.4x, 4x (CLV), 8x (ZCLV), 12x (PCAV), 16x,18x,20x,22x (CAV)
* Write Speed (DVD+R DL) 2.4x, 4x (CLV), 6x , 8x(ZCLV), 10x,12x (PCAV),16x(CAV)
* Write Speed (DVD-R) 2x, 4x(CLV), 8x (ZCLV),12x (PCAV), 16x,18x,20x,22x (CAV)
* Write Speed (DVD-R DL) 2.4x, 4x (CLV), 6x , 8x(ZCLV), 10x,12x (PCAV),16x(CAV)
* Write Speed (DVD+RW) 2.4x, 4x ,6x(CLV), 8x (ZCLV)
* Write Speed (DVD-RW) 1x, 2x, 4x , 6x (CLV)
* Write Speed (DVD-RAM) 2x, 3x (CLV) , 5x, 6x, 8x,12x PCAV (Ver. 2.0 & Higher )
* Write Speed (CD-R) 16x (CLV), 24x (ZCLV), 40x, 48x (CAV)
* Write Speed (CD-RW) 4x, 10x, 16x (CLV), 24x, 32x (ZCLV) (High Speed: 10x . Ultra Speed ¿ 16x)
* Read Speed (CD-R/RW/ROM) 48x/40x/48xmax
* Read Speed (DVD-R/RW/ROM) 16x/12x/16x/12x max(Single/Dual)
* Read Speed (DVD-RAM) 5x, 12x PCAV
* Read Speed (DVD-Video(CSS Compliant Disc)) 6x max
* Data Transfer Rate DVD-ROM 22.16 Mbytes/s (16x) max
* CD-ROM 7,200 kB/s (48x) max
* Access Time DVD-ROM (SL/DL) 140/175 ms
* DVD-RAM 200 ms (Ver. 2.0 & Higher )
* CD-ROM 120 ms
* Buffer Size 2MB
* Loading Type Motorized Tray
* Interface Type E-IDE/ATAPI
* W x D x H 146 x 41.3 x 165 mm
LightScribe is an optical disc recording technology that utilizes specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs.
The LightScribe method uses the laser in a way similar to when plain data is written to the disc; a greyscale image of the label is etched onto the upper side of the disc. The required discs come in many colors: monotone (the original), red, green, blue, yellow, and orange backgrounds.
The purpose of LightScribe is to allow users to create direct-to-disc labels (as opposed to stick-on labels), using their optical disc writer. Special discs and a compatible disc writer are required. Before or after burning data to the read-side of the disc, the user simply turns the medium over and inserts it with the label side down. The drive's laser then etches into the label side in such a way that an image is produced.
Might be useful to somebody!