OEM - LG BH10LS30 Blu-ray Disc Rewriter (Internal) - £60 Delivered (£59.70 Using Debit Card) @ Kikatek
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OEM - LG BH10LS30 Blu-ray Disc Rewriter (Internal) - £60 Delivered (£59.70 Using Debit Card) @ Kikatek

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Found 15th May 2011
Read and write blu-ray discs at 10x with the BH10LS30 Blu-ray rewriter that allows you record Up to 50GB of files, photos, or business documents onto a single dual layer BD-R blu-ray disc. 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 disc (sold separately). Get into the Blu with the BH10LS30 by LG.


OEM Hardware Product Information: This product is an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) package, and the licence governing the installation and use may not convey the same rights as a full retail package. OEM product packages may not contain the same printed documentation or any bundled application software, driver software or hardware components which form part of the full retail package. Prospective purchasers should make themselves aware of any such restrictions before purchasing.


Main Features:
10X BD-R Read and Write Capability
Serial ATA Interface
LightScribe Direct Disc Labelling
Blu-ray, DVD and CD Family Read/Write Compatible
2MB Buffer Under-Run Prevention Function Embedded




Specifications
OPTICAL DRIVE Optical Drive Type Blu-Ray
Connector Type SATA
Data Buffer 2 MB
PERFORMANCE BD Read Speed 10X
BD-R Read Speed 6X
BD-RE Read Speed 8X
BD-R Write Speed 6X
BD-RE Write Speed 2X
BD-RE DL Write Speed 2X
DVD-ROM Read Speed 12X
DVD-R Read Speed 16X
DVD+R Read Speed 16X
DVD-RW Read Speed 12X
DVD+RW Read Speed 12X
DVD-RAM Read Speed 12X
DVD-R Dual Layer Read Speed 12X
DVD+R Dual Layer Read Speed 12X
DVD-R Write Speed 16X
DVD+R Write Speed 16X
DVD-RW Write Speed 6X
DVD+RW Write Speed 8X
DVD-RAM Write Speed 12X
DVD +R Dual Layer Write Speed 8X
DVD -R Dual Layer Write Speed 8X
CD-ROM Read Speed 48X
CD-R Read Speed 48X
CD-RW Read Speed 40X
CD-R Write Speed 48X
CD-RW Write Speed 24X
PHYSICAL Form Factor Blu-Ray Drive
Enclosure type Internal
Dimensions 14.6 cm(W) x 17.2 cm(D) x 4.1 cm(H) - Weight 0.8 kg

23 Comments

Had my eye on this drive for a few weeks now as my current DVD writer is knackered, this may just tip the scales when I put in the buying request with the missus

Cheers!

Great burner iv'e owned this over 6 months now and used it loads, it's great as a blu-ray player too the picture quality is better than the ps3 and can play region A blu-rays with the right software.

Says £67.21 with debit card for me?

Showing at £67.55 now damn

Now £67.55

Mind me asking what software ?

That's what put me off a bluray drive on my comp. I'd bought software then 2 months later they were charging full price for the new edition just to get the latest blurays to play. Seemed a jip!

I added it to my basket at £60, then when I went to pay it was £67.55!

Banned

Bit off topic but anyone know the best in store price for top spin 4?

harryfabian

Bit off topic but anyone know the best in store price for top spin 4?




A "bit" off topic you say X)

harryfabian

Bit off topic but anyone know the best in store price for top spin 4?



Random post of the week award

harryfabian

Bit off topic but anyone know the best in store price for top spin 4?




Try find-games.co.uk

£24.99 at Play

In store not sure.
Edited by: "janner66" 15th May 2011

Banned

good burner/player, been using for a few months now.i paid £90.

countdrachula

Mind me asking what software ?That's what put me off a bluray drive on my … Mind me asking what software ?That's what put me off a bluray drive on my comp. I'd bought software then 2 months later they were charging full price for the new edition just to get the latest blurays to play. Seemed a jip!



Its called Slysoft AnyDVD HD, it's fairly easy to use and work's great.

been thinking of upgradeing to one of these from dvd, are blu rays expensive to buy and are they as reliable as dvds???

mrperrect1976 - May 15, 2011 12:13

Google's good for that kind of info

We never did get the dvd re-writable dual layer disks.

expired!

says still in stock

678 in stock actually

I've asked for it to be unexpired. It's in the hands of the mods now.

Original Poster

I expired this because the price changed.

Now £64.62.
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