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LG Internal Blu-Ray WRITER 91.49 delivered @ misco.co.uk

Andyd Avatar
5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
LG 10x Internal BDRW Bare + SW


Read and write Blu-ray discs at 10x with the BH10LS30 Blu-ray rewriter that allows you record files, photos, or business documents onto a single dual layer BD-R Blu-ray disc.

Play HD content from BD Video discs or record up to nine hours of high definition video. SATA interface technology allows for easier integration and ultimately faster performance while LightScribe gives you the added feature of etching customized labels onto a special coated LightScribe discs (sold separately).

Key Features
BD/DVD/CD Read and Write
10x BD-R Write Speed
16x DVD+/- Write Speed
LightScribe Disc Labeling
Serial ATA Technology

Specifications
Product Description LG BH10LS30 10x Internal BDRW Retail Kit
Device Type Blu Ray DVD Recorder
Enclosure Type Internal
Enclosure Colour Black
Optical Storage DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM / BD-R 5.25" x 1/2H
Interface Serial ATA
Read Speed 48x (CD) / 16x (DVD) / 8x (BD)
Write Speed 48x (CD) / 16x (DVD±R) / 8x (DVD-R DL) / 8x (DVD+R DL) / 10x (BD)
CD / DVD Rewrite Speed 24x (CD) / 6x (DVD-RW) / 8x (DVD+RW) / 12x (DVD-RAM) / 2x (BD)
Buffer Underrun Protection Built-in
Dimensions 14.6 cm x 17.2 cm x 4.1 cm
Weight 0.8 kg
Manufacturer Warranty 2 years
OS Required Microsoft Windows XP, Pro, Media Centre, Home Basic, Home Premium, Vista Ultimate


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1 Like #1
Oh I'm going to show my age here, I remember getting really excited when quad speed rom's went under the £100 mark!! lol

Have some heat
#2
I remember getting excited when I could afford to upgrade my processor from a 286 to a 386...
#3
#4
I waited a long time for BDR to become affordable too, but we're not there yet as the media remains scarce and expensive. With the falling cost of HDs I now doubt if I will ever buy a BDR, because something better will be along before BDR is irresistably priced.
1 Like #5
Youngsters the lot of you...
I remember getting excited buying a new set of beads for my abacus.
1 Like #6
BigAde
Youngsters the lot of you...I remember getting excited buying a new set of beads for my abacus.

Bah humbug. I remember getting excited when I found a clean bit of space on a wall in my cave which allowed me to use a rock to scratch equations on. My favourite was
Club + Woman = Baby. And that doesn't refer to a nightclub.
#7
Freezing:(
1 Like #8
I still have an LG dual BD/HD DVD burner and have yet to burn a high def disk on it because of the high media cost. Been better off getting a DVD burner TBH.
#9
[email protected], plus quido
http://www.dabs.com/products/lg-electronics-lg-10x-internal-bdrw-bare-drive-with-cyberlink-bd-software-6MGQ.html
1 Like #10
Cheaper to buy 1TB external hard disk or disks, I will buy BD burners when they are £19 and the media is £20 for 50 till than it is a no go!
#11

Just arrived today from Amazon. £79.98 great deal. Now to fit it....

Edited By: Ferengi on Jan 05, 2011 17:32
1 Like #12
koalauk
Cheaper to buy 1TB external hard disk or disks, I will buy BD burners when they are £19 and the media is £20 for 50 till than it is a no go!

This all depends on the intended use.
I need mine to burn AVCHD from a HD Camcorder into a blu-ray. I can't give a 1TB external HD to my parents once I've created the holiday video ! Plus the 16GB SDHC I use are around £15 card so not going to keep the source material on those either...

BD25's work out at about £1.20/unit when bought in packs of 10. Not too bad.


Edited By: Ferengi on Jan 05, 2011 17:36
#13
Agharta
BigAde
Youngsters the lot of you...I remember getting excited buying a new set of beads for my abacus.
Bah humbug. I remember getting excited when I found a clean bit of space on a wall in my cave which allowed me to use a rock to scratch equations on. My favourite was
Club + Woman = Baby. And that doesn't refer to a nightclub.

You must be from Newcastle then :p
1 Like #14
One word of warning, i have a oem blueray reader and getting the software for it was a nightmare, if you want to pay for the software the cheapest i could find was £50
#15
saunders
One word of warning, i have a oem blueray reader and getting the software for it was a nightmare, if you want to pay for the software the cheapest i could find was £50

These come with a Software suite.
#16
Ferengi
saunders
One word of warning, i have a oem blueray reader and getting the software for it was a nightmare, if you want to pay for the software the cheapest i could find was £50


These come with a Software suite.


I never said it didn't was just making a point don't buy a oem because it ends up more expensive.

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