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LG SATA BLU-RAY HD/DVD READER £63.88 @ Lambda-Tek
LG SATA BLU-RAY HD/DVD READER £63.88 @ Lambda-Tek

LG SATA BLU-RAY HD/DVD READER £63.88 @ Lambda-Tek

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LG GGC H20L Super-Multi - DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM / BD-ROM drive - Serial ATA
Device Type DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM / BD-ROM drive

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£61.93 for the retail version - you can also get free delivery (search for how to get it) :santa:

sorry, cold from me

dont forget the £6.50 delivery making it £71.36

better off getting the retail drive from scan, for those with avforums or hexus free delivery it is only £61.93 at the moment...

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PC World have Pioneer Blu Ray drives/DVD writers for £25.

where is it £25 in pcworld?

PC World have Pioneer Blu Ray drives/DVD writers for £25



Are these rewriters

splinters;3862714

PC World have Pioneer Blu Ray drives/DVD writers for £25.



These are clearence items which are now out of stock at most places so you can't really compare.

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chelskii;3865450

No they are HD-DVD and Blu_ray readers and dvd writers and if they were … No they are HD-DVD and Blu_ray readers and dvd writers and if they were HD-DVD /Blu-Ray writers would you really want to risk losing so much data on 1 disk if it errors ?..



Yep you cant beat a good old reliable floppy disk :whistling:

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chelskii;3877074

Who's talking about floppy disks, have you not heard of hard drives ? … Who's talking about floppy disks, have you not heard of hard drives ? anyone with common sense knows that you would never want to back up important huge amounts of data to a Blu-Ray disc, so what do you end up having to do? you have to do several backups which would take unbelievable amounts of time (and money with the price of the disks)especially as media disks always need verifying after copying so it really defeats it's purpose.Hard drive is always going to be the safer bet, I wouldn't even risk 8gb on just 1 dual layer dvd backup let alone anything higher it's just to risky...





If you had 50gb of data to back up you could use one Blu-ray instead of 10 dvds.

Your comment about hard drives is daft, as you are saying you wouldnt risk 8gb on a dual layer dvd but would risk 1TB of data on a hard drive.

You are contradicting yourself all over the place.

Also can you expland on why would you need to do 'several back ups' of blu-rays, surely as with any type of media/data storage you can cover yourself with an original and a back up.

Rubbish deal - what were you thinking????? Best you get your thermals on, it's getting pretty chilly in here!

See, two can play at that game! X)

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check the date moron!
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