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10xBD-RE, 16xDVD+/- RW, 48xCD-RW SATA LightScribe Retail Box LG Drive - £69.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
10xBD-RE, 16xDVD+/- RW, 48xCD-RW SATA LightScribe Retail Box LG Drive - £69.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

10xBD-RE, 16xDVD+/- RW, 48xCD-RW SATA LightScribe Retail Box LG Drive - £69.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Product Description

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).

Get into the Blu with the BH10LS30 by LG.

Key Features
BD/DVD/CD Read and Write
10x BD-R Write Speed
16x DVD+/- Write Speed
LightScribe Disc Labeling
Serial ATA Technology
Supports Multi-Layer
Includes Cyberlink BD Suite

Serial ATA Technology
This evolutionary interface connects optical drives to the PC motherboard allowing for enhancements to the computing platform.

LightScribe Disc Labeling
LightScribe is a laser-printing technology that allows users to create silkscreen-quality labels right inside LG optical drives, by simply flipping over the exclusive LightScribe disc.

BD/DVD/CD Read and Write
Enjoy maximum versatility at home with combined Blu-ray, DVD, and CD burning/reading capabilities.

Product Specifications

General
Device Type BD-RE drive
Enclosure Type Internal
Interface Serial ATA
Width 14.6 cm
Depth 17.2 cm
Height 4.1 cm
Weight 0.8 kg
Optical Storage
Type BD-RE - 5.25" x 1/2H
Read Speed 48x (CD) / 16x (DVD) / 10x (BD)
Write Speed 48x (CD) / 16x (DVD±R) / 8x (DVD±R DL) / 10x (BD-R) / 8x (BD-R DL)
CD / DVD Rewrite Speed 24x (CD) / 6x (DVD-RW) / 8x (DVD+RW) / 12x (DVD-RAM) / 2x (BD-RE) / 2x (BD-RE DL)
Disc Labeling Technology LightScribe Technology
Supported CD Formats CD-DA (audio), CD-ROM, DVD-Video
Supported Media Types CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, BD-R, BD-R DL, BD-RE, BD-RE DL, BD-ROM, BD-ROM DL
Media Load Type Tray
Access Time 160 ms (DVD), 180 ms (DVD-RAM), 150 ms (CD), 180 ms (BD)
Buffer Size 2 MB
Buffer Underrun Protection Built-in
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces 1 x Serial ATA-150 - 7 pin Serial ATA
Compatible Bays 1 x front accessible - 5.25" x 1/2H
Miscellaneous
Compatible with Windows 7 "Compatible with Windows 7" software and devices carry Microsoft’s assurance that these products have passed tests for compatibility and reliability with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.
Package Type Retail
Software / System Requirements
OS Required Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista

13 Comments

When this gets to £50 i think ill make the leap, voted hot anyway

Original Poster

Yeah i don't think it's that good a deal really if it was 50 quid yeah fair enough it would be a hot deal, but I've had a BD-RE drive for ages in Vaio and never burnt a Blu Ray disc CBA.

Still 3 times what I will pay. I'll wait.
Remember CD & DVD writers were £100 PLUS at one time.
Next year, these'll be half what they are now and better.
And I still won't buiy at that price....
This is the same at Amazon with more reliable dispatch...
(Never ordered a thing at eBuyer after 10 day delivery for a supposed FIVE day delivery and the pomposity of the dispatchers)

good price. Heat added

PhilK

Still 3 times what I will pay. I'll wait.Remember CD & DVD writers were … Still 3 times what I will pay. I'll wait.Remember CD & DVD writers were £100 PLUS at one time. Next year, these'll be half what they are now and better. And I still won't buiy at that price....This is the same at Amazon with more reliable dispatch...(Never ordered a thing at eBuyer after 10 day delivery for a supposed FIVE day delivery and the pomposity of the dispatchers)



I worked at HP when they introduced their first CD Writer, and it's list price was £900, with staff discount it was £450, and I was asked to purchase one for a friend.

So a Blue Ray at £70 is not too bad considering :-)

ukcobra

I worked at HP when they introduced their first CD Writer, and it's list … I worked at HP when they introduced their first CD Writer, and it's list price was £900, with staff discount it was £450, and I was asked to purchase one for a friend.So a Blue Ray at £70 is not too bad considering :-)


and the first Computers were the size of a house and will only be affordable to the five kings of Europe...

Sorry I don't see what the price of the first CD burner 15 years ago has much to do with the value for money of a modern day BD burner

[quote=ukcobra][quote=PhilK]

I worked at HP when they introduced their first CD Writer, and it's list price was £900, with staff discount it was £450, and I was asked to purchase one for a friend.
quote]

proof! (_;)

I don't see how the price of bluray writers in 9 months has any impact on this deal, or in fact how the price of cd writers over a decade ago has on whether this is a good deal or not......

If you are in the market for a bluray writer then this is a good deal, you can spend forever waiting for stuff to get cheaper and never end up buying anything.
Edited by: "MysticDee" 23rd Mar 2011

is there a massive difference with this one ? this is £49

LG CH10LS20
Edited by: "adiem" 23rd Mar 2011

adiem

is there a massive difference with this one ? this is £49LG CH10LS20



That one doesn't write BD so yeah a massive difference.

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

Anyone know if the bundle is included? Same prive PC World with possible cashback if so!

Ed_in_London

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/lg-bh10ls30-super-multi-blu-ray-disc-rewriter-00939092-pdt.htmlAnyone know if the bundle is included? Same prive PC World with possible cashback if so!



Much better to get it from Pcworld (£2 quidco).

Does anybody knows if you can remover the front cover of the this?

Edited by: "asandino" 23rd Mar 2011

paid over £200 for my first double speed CDwriter!!!!! couldn't write more than 3 tracks before needing a system restart -clicks n pops everywhere!!! - Amazing how much these things come down in price.... Personally I think £70 is a really good price for this.... yes, of course, like anything, it will be cheaper next year! - OH EXCEPT PETROL THAT IS!!!!
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