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LiteOn Blu-Ray/DVD Reader External USB2.0 £73.98 Free Delievery @Ebuyer.com
LiteOn Blu-Ray/DVD Reader External USB2.0  £73.98 Free Delievery @Ebuyer.com

LiteOn Blu-Ray/DVD Reader External USB2.0 £73.98 Free Delievery @Ebuyer.com

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£1 Cheaper then play.com Straight up. If you don't want to buy from Play where the returns is rubbish warranties only cover short period.
RAC code means its slightly cheaper if you haven't used before.
Thought Id give some people an alternative.

81.97 for 2 day del.
83.97 for next day del.

Overview

Blu-ray Disc (BD) is developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of High Definition (HD) video, as well as storing large amounts of data. The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25 GB on a Single-Layer disc and 50 GB on a Dual-Layer disc. This means you can store over 9 hours of HD video on a 50 GB disc and about 23 hours of Standard Definition (SD) video on a 50 GB disc. The name Blu-ray is derived from the underlying technology, which utilizes a blue-violet laser to read and write data. The name Blu-ray is a combination of "Blue" (blue-violet laser) and "Ray" (optical ray). This blue laser has a much shorter wavelength than the current red laser DVD system, which makes it possible to read and write smaller pits. As a result, Blu-ray Discs can hold more data on a single sided single layer 12 cm disc.
As with conventional CDs and DVDs, the Blu-ray Disc format will provide a wide range of formats of -ROM, Recordable (-R), and Rewritable (-RW). The following format is specified for this Blu-ray:. BD-ROM - Read only format, similar to CD-ROM and DVD-ROM, intended for HD movies, games, and software distribution.



Specifications
Specification Value
Product Description LiteOn DX-4O1S - BD-ROM drive - Hi-Speed USB
Device Type BD-ROM drive
Interface Hi-Speed USB
Dimensions (WxDxH) 22 cm x 5.2 cm x 14.3 cm
Weight 1.2 kg
Optical Storage BD-ROM
Read Speed 32x (CD) / 12x (DVD) / 4x (BD)
OS Required Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista

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6 Comments

COLD.

I think you have forgotten the 5% off RAC loophole in the vouchers section which will take the play.comprice down to £71.25 then there is 0.5% Quidco to take off on top of this price (35p) Makes it [COLOR="Red"]£70.90 Delivered.[/COLOR]

play.com/PC/…e=0

Anyone know if this woks on Mac? I know it says Windows above, but just interested

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COLD.I think you have forgotten the 5% off RAC loophole in the vouchers … COLD.I think you have forgotten the 5% off RAC loophole in the vouchers section which will take the play.com price down to £71.25 then there is 0.5% Quidco to take off on top of this price (35p) Makes it £70.90 Delivered.http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/8700393/-/Product.html?searchstring=LiteOn+Blu-Ray&searchsource=0



No I haven't added in the fact of that. To the fact that the returns policy on Play is 14days. I posted this as an alternative. As the £2.73 Difference I would definately take. Second the quidco is not guranteed. Which I doubt you would get when another voucher is used. I'd rather use ebuyers returns I have had no problems in the past.

At the end of the day its your choice. I consider this cheaper in the long run. As I can sort with ebuyer after 28 days period providing its under warranty.

"Return Policy

We know that you will be pleased with your purchases from ebuyer.com. However, there may be occasions when you will need to return items to us.

Items Damaged in Transit

If any items were damaged in transit, we ask that you report it to us within 7 working days (please note that this is 48 hours for our business customers). If the items are visibly damaged on receipt, it's best to sign the carrier's delivery note accordingly. Items should be returned in their original packaging complete with all accessories and documentation. Once received back into our warehouse, we'll issue a replacement or full refund to you via your original payment method and reimburse your reasonable return carriage costs.

Items Faulty on Arrival

If your items are faulty on arrival, you have 28 calendar days in which to inform us of the fault (please note that for our business customers, this is 14 calendar days). Items should be returned in their original packaging complete with all accessories and documentation. Once we have verified the fault, we'll issue a replacement or full refund to you via your original payment method and reimburse your reasonable return carriage costs. We test returned items, and if a returned item is found not to be faulty by our technicians we will return the item to you, in this instance you will be liable for the return carriage.

Items Faulty in Warranty Period

If any of your purchases develop a fault, and it's more than 28 calendar days since receipt, then provided your item is within its warranty period, you are entitled to a warranty repair. In some cases, manufacturers provide a specialist full on-site service and/or telephone help facilities for your convenience which we recommend you use in order to correct the fault quickly. For business customers all warranty repairs after 28 days of receipt are referred directly to the manufacturer ( unless otherwise stated)"

Have returned a Sony MP3 Player to Play.com in the past after 28 days with no problems and got a full refund.

Have used vouchers + quidco and have been paid as well, there is nothing on Quidco site which says you will not get payment if used with a voucher.

Have also used eBuyer many times, as this is Hot Deals I have to vote cold as eBuyer are more expensive.

They're both good deals. I'd go with eBuyer prob because you dont have to mess about with that stupid RAC code and keep refreshing the RAC page to get a code that actually works - thats just stupid. Plus its abusing an offer which isn't ment for non RAC customers.

Also the PLAY return policy is fantastic, so i wouldnt be to bothered about that either. Personal preference at the end of the day. None the less Good Deal, because you dont have to mess about with Play discounts to get the slightly cheaper price.

(not 100% sure) I dont think this works on a MAC because you need to install software to use it, and only WINDOWS software is supplied, so unless you use BootCamp maybe?

The short answer is that there is no way you can play an encrypted Blu-Ray in OS X. You could mount the disc with Toast 7+ and play the .m2ts with Plex...but the encryption will prevent that.
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