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Free delivery through Hexus: http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/138836-scan2hexus-free-shipping-setup-guide.html

Otherwise it is slightly cheaper at ebuyer with super saver delivery - Thanks tyddynroger

Lite-On BD-ROM drives offer the best solution for people who want to enjoy High Definition Blu-ray movies at an affordable cost.

Besides Blu-ray movies, your current DVD and CD collections can also be played. Lite-OnBD-ROM drives are compatible with Blu-ray, DVD and CD formats to ensure optimal playback possibilities. The iHOS104 comes with the brand new CyberLink TrueTheater software package. TrueTheater delivers the ultimate in movie playback quality for PC-based home theatre systems.
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banned#2
If it's cheaper and instock then its cold
#3
#4
With postage it comes to £55.20
You could buy the same unit here: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/172638
for £0.91 more, add something small, like a USB cable etc... to bring your order just over £50, then you get free delivery ;) thus saving ~£5 + that deal is available at all times, not just today
#5
I was considering this on Friday, but I had hoped it would be able to write standard DVD discs.

Impressed with Scan though, of the three sites I purchased components from they are the only one which has sent emails at every stage of the ordering process and even a text to my phone to confirm they have shipped.
I ordered from SVP and Ballicom a day earlier and I'm still awaiting any form of communication.

Shame they cannot ship to an alternate address though as I am not going to be in when they attempt delivery.
#6
still trying to figure out why this is hot?
#7
Anyone know of any good BD reader/writer deals?
#8
Cheaper for some but not for others, just depends if you get free delivery through Hexus.

http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/138836-scan2hexus-free-shipping-setup-guide.html
#9
TheChopper
Cheaper for some but not for others, just depends if you get free delivery through Hexus.

http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/138836-scan2hexus-free-shipping-setup-guide.html


good deal if you can get free delivery!:thumbsup:
#10
I have one in the pc and one in the laptop and I must say, they get the least amount of use out of any optical drive I have ever had. It could be due to the fact that when we moved to cd drives, they were pretty mainstream almost immediately, same with dvds.

However, how many uses for a blu ray drive do you have for the pc? apart from blu ray mvieds. Even then, I would rather watch BR discs on the tv than on my computers.

As for hd video content, on the pc, I keep it mostly download. Easier to manage things that way.

This is a good deal however only truely sensible for those people who want to watch HD movies from disc on their computers. Pretty useless apart from that. I would know, I jumped n the bandwagon too soon.
#11
www [DOT] cclonline [DOT] com/product-info.asp?product_id=34996&category_id=351&manufacturer_id=0&tid=bh08ls20.auau


£134.69 inc vat/delivery. Reads/writes pretty much everything including blu-ray discs.

Anyone know why the cclonline website can't be linked direct here?
#12
why aren't these drives cheaper yet? theyve been just under £50 for aaaaaaaaaages, while standalone units have been continually dropping in price...
#13
Is that Blu-ray writer linked above the cheapest available?
#14
MadonnaProject
I have one in the pc and one in the laptop and I must say, they get the least amount of use out of any optical drive I have ever had. It could be due to the fact that when we moved to cd drives, they were pretty mainstream almost immediately, same with dvds.

However, how many uses for a blu ray drive do you have for the pc? apart from blu ray mvieds. Even then, I would rather watch BR discs on the tv than on my computers.

As for hd video content, on the pc, I keep it mostly download. Easier to manage things that way.

This is a good deal however only truely sensible for those people who want to watch HD movies from disc on their computers. Pretty useless apart from that. I would know, I jumped n the bandwagon too soon.


Same here.brought a pioneer, very rarelly used. Might as well put money to a stand alone Bluray player.
#15
dcx_badass
They don't pay admin enough comission.


Sort of defies the point of the website doesnt it?
#16
bainzy
why aren't these drives cheaper yet? theyve been just under £50 for aaaaaaaaaages, while standalone units have been continually dropping in price...


if all the stupid companies didnt oppose blu-ray then it would have been the leading format earlier and development would be at a further stage and prices would be lower.

i dont want to name a specific company who tried to kill blu-ray because that may be enough for me to be labelled a "fanboy" but everyone knows what that company is anyway.

plus the consumers of that company took ages to figure out 54GB is better than 17GB and some still dont want to accept it now.
#17
Haven't got a BD yet, might go for this as I'm planning to put the PC in the living room.

fps_d0minat0r;7495642
if all the stupid companies didnt oppose blu-ray then it would have been the leading format earlier and development would be at a further stage and prices would be lower.
i dont want to name a specific company who tried to kill blu-ray because that may be enough for me to be labelled a "[COLOR=Red]fanboy[/COLOR]" but everyone knows what that company is anyway.
plus the consumers of that company took ages to figure out 54GB is better than 17GB and some still dont want to accept it now.


nice avatar :thumbsup:
#18
aztech
Haven't got a BD yet, might go for this as I'm planning to put the PC in the living room.



nice avatar :thumbsup:


i dont understand how having an avatar or something makes me a fanboy of it???

does that mean if i change it to an XBL one ill become an xbox fanboy?
#19
I cant wait for the writer prices to drop!
#20
fps_d0minat0r;7495872
i dont understand how having an avatar or something makes me a fanboy of it???

does that mean if i change it to an XBL one ill become an xbox fanboy?


It doesn't lend impartiality though
#21
PS3 sucks ass
#22
a full Blu-ray writer has to be the way to go. pc world has some about £138 ?!
but only sata (if i got that right) or would already have one.
#23
I've had a couple of liteon drives in the past. They were noisey and and always broke in the end. I'd steer clear.
#24
Babbler
I cant wait for the writer prices to drop!


They have I paid £300+ for my pioneer bdr202. The Lg one I have has also seen a huge price drop
#25
EMBASSY
a full Blu-ray writer has to be the way to go. pc world has some about £138 ?!
but only sata (if i got that right) or would already have one.


You can use it over usb if you get either a caddy or a Psu/ Ide 2.5 / 3.5 / Sata > usb adapter kit from ebay. Using dvd writers /opticals can be a bit hit n miss with certain usb chipsets though.

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