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Need a powerful drive? Already have software? Then the BDR-207DBK is the drive for you. The BDR-207DBK drive is perfect for system builders, for those looking to upgrade to a Blu-ray burner, or for those who already have software. The BDR-207DBK is an internal SATA drive. It can burn up to 12x on BD-R (25GB) and BD-R dual layer (50GB) media, which is the fastest write speed available! The drive is also backwards compatible, so it can read and write to most DVD and CD formats. Click on the Specifications tab to see all supported media formats, as well as the read and write speeds achievable. Want to watch Blu-ray 3D titles? Well the BDR-207DBK drive is 3D capable. All you need is 3D playback software and a 3D display system and you're ready to go. Running out of hard drive space? Afraid of losing your valuable files when your hard drive crashes? With Blu-ray BD-R dual layer (DL) discs, you can store the equivalent of 10 single layer DVDs. Now you can have a backup you can trust and with as few discs as possible. The BDR-207DBK drive has features such as a QuickStart which enables the disc to be ready 42% faster, a Noise Suppression design to minimize noise, an Anti-Dust design to increase durability, and Precision Writing Technology to minimize write errors. And of course being a Pioneer drive, the BDR-207DBK drive supports a wide range of blank media.
Main Features:

Up to 12x writing speed on BD-R & BD-R DL media
Write up to 50Gbytes on one BD-R DL disc
QuickStart - Its ready 42% faster than BDR-206DBK
Backwards compatible with DVD and CD media
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Btw this is a Ebay link.

As i found out when i clicked on it and firewall blocked it from work.

Please Add Ebay to your description
Btw this is a Ebay link.

As i found out when i clicked on it and firewall blocked it from work.

Please Add Ebay to your description

Here is the link to the dabs.com website: http://www.dabs.com/products/pioneer-bdr-207dbk-12x-sata-int-bd-rw-burner-black-bare-80WC.html

I added the ebay outlet link instead of the dabs site because the dabs site charge £3.99 to deliver. Where as the Ebay outlet send the item for free.

Edited By: pinguy on Jul 30, 2012 13:34: gramma
Excellent price for a decent Blu-Ray writer.
Now if only I had an excuse to actually buy one...
I would get this, but I don't already have software.

Good deal though.
Not a UK deal then:
Not available to Northern Ireland

Good price though - Dabs site wants £5.99 to deliver to Northern Ireland...
Out of interest, what do ppl use BR writers for?
Out of interest, what do ppl use BR writers for?

Do we need Blu-ray drives?
Only reasons I got one is for hd films of the kids rather than loosing quality and to stick load of avis on so the kids don't scratch all the dvds
Out of interest, what do ppl use BR writers for?

I mainly got it to watch blu-rays on. A normal Blu-ray rom drive costs about £45-£50 so I just decided to pay the little bit extra for the burning capabilities.

Never know. It may come in handy. Could be a good way to keep my games I got from green man backed up.

I just got battlefield 3 from green man the other day thanks to HUKDs. But having to keep the downloaded game on the hard drive for when I need to re-install does take up space. I have a far few games now that I have downloaded that are taking up space.With a 25GB blu-ray I can burn 2 games to it and free up HD space.

I have no issue downloading games, but having to download a copy of the game as well as installing it is using up alot of sapce.

Battlefield 3 is 13GBs to download then another 17GB once installed.

Edited By: pinguy on Jul 31, 2012 00:16: new info
Out of interest, what do ppl use BR writers for?

Do we need Blu-ray drives?
That's Blu-Ray drives in general - and I certainly don't have one in either my desktop (custom built, so chose to go with a DVD-RW) or laptop (just didn't come with one) and I get by just fine. The only Blu-Ray drive I have is in my PS3, which is obviously used for PS3 games and movies - I have a fairly decent, growing Blu-Ray collection.

But who actually needs a writer? I shoot and edit video in HD and I've never once been asked by a client to deliver content on Blu-Ray. I used to get asked to author DVD videos all the time, even after switching to HD, but these days I mostly just get asked to deliver HD files, which are mostly sent online, or possibly burned to DVD. I'd love to get a Blu-Ray writer, I just can't justify it until I actually need one.
People still use discs?

Voted Retro
Pretty good!
Paid this about 6 months ago for this drive, But wish i brought a drive that came with software as the software for bluray play back is expensive.
We are still using optical media ?? each to their own.
Bought one of these a few weeks ago to sit in my Microserver.
How reliable is dual layer blue ray writing? Dual layer DVD writing is not IMO very reliable. If you are just wanting to keep a copy of video files why not just use a USB3 external drive? One terrabyte storage for about the same price.
Awesome find. Great for backing up original TV transport streams of non-bluray HDTV series.
Cheers just ordered one from ebuyer , been meaning to take the plunge for ages ...

BTW This drive has probably the best writing performance of any mainstream drive (last time I checked), it also importantly is NOT riplocked.

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