LiteOn DH-4O1S-06C SATA Blu-Ray Drive 4X BD-ROM, £45.99 @ Scan until Monday midday - HotUKDeals
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LiteOn DH-4O1S-06C SATA Blu-Ray Drive 4X BD-ROM, £45.99 @ Scan until Monday midday

£45.99 @ Scan
Free postage available for AVForums & Hexus forum members otherwise its £54.03 delivered or you can collect instore. NOTE: You have to add it from the TODAY ONLY page to get it at this price. The p… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Free postage available for AVForums & Hexus forum members otherwise its £54.03 delivered or you can collect instore.

NOTE: You have to add it from the TODAY ONLY page to get it at this price. The price is good until Monday around midday.

The Lite-On DH-4O1S is a read-only device for all popular media formats, including Blu-ray discs. Besides Blu-ray discs, the drive can read DVD+/-R(W) and CD-R(W) media.

The DH-4O1S has a Serial ATA interface and reads BD-R/RE/ROM/SL/DL media at a maximum of 4X. Single Layer DVD ±R can be read at 12X, while Double Layer DVD±R and Single Layer DVD-±RW can be read at 8X. CD-R(W) can be read at a maximum speed of 32X.
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#1
It has a 2 year warranty via Scan which is a bonus:
#2
Just tried the Today link, right hand side...

price is £113.99

am i missing something
#3
ignore me i'm an idiot!

just spotted it

cheers

gun
#4
looks like a good deal to me, would buy it if my pc didn't already have one!
#5
Looks like a great deal.
Personally I won't need one for another 2-3 months, so I'm wondering whether this will be the normal price by then.

Anyone got a crystal ball?
#6
Avforums/Scan free delivery still working? I thought that they had suspended it.
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tightasagnatschu
Avforums/Scan free delivery still working? I thought that they had suspended it.

It comes and goes and is currently active - http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
Here's the Hexus link - http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/138839-scan2hexus-free-shipping-information-rules-updated-10-07-08-a.html
suspended#8
BEWARE..............

this drive does NOT burn cd's or dvd's! It can read blurays, cd and dvds but cant burn any discs of any type.
#9
Hot!!

nice find.

heat and repped.
#10


Thanks Agharta, didn't know it was back on and looking for a cheap HTPC Graphics card - Scan is back in the running (now HD 3450 or HD 4350 or ...... lol)

Heat added BTW
#11
Seems a fairly cheap way of jumping on the Blu-ray bandwagon. Tempted, but not sure how much of a deal this really is. On the one hand, the normal Scan price seems to be just £49.44, a discount of a mere £3.45; on the other hand, the next cheapest I can find is around £80...hmmm.
#12
Very tempted only problem is my monitor isnt HDCP compliant
#13
1Jim0
Very tempted only problem is my monitor isnt HDCP compliant


Good deal but I think i will hold on for a writer :thumbsup:
#14
jillamyalice
Good deal but I think i will hold on for a writer :thumbsup:


Cant see the need for me to write blu rays, I never write DVD's. External HDD's suit me
#15
Is it simple to connect a 2nd sata device, ive never tried it before. Is it just a case of connecting it to my 2nd sata input on my motherboard as Im using a sata hard drive or do I have to set raid options and configure my bios? Any advise would be much appreciated.
#16
bboy71
Is it simple to connect a 2nd sata device, ive never tried it before. Is it just a case of connecting it to my 2nd sata input on my motherboard as Im using a sata hard drive or do I have to set raid options and configure my bios? Any advise would be much appreciated.

You just need to make the physical connections with the power and data cables and the BIOS and Windows will see the drive straight away.
#17
Agharta
You just need to make the physical connections with the power and data cables and the BIOS and Windows will see the drive straight away.

Thanks
#18
Great way to get into Blu-Ray. No worries about Regions (although you can set this to any Region) or HDCP or any other annoyance for people by using AnyDVD [url]www.slysoft.com/en/anydvdhd.html[/url]
#19
Did the offer has already expired. I see £49.44 (incl. VAT) ?
#20
Quanti;4704313
Did the offer has already expired. I see £49.44 (incl. VAT) ?

http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/

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