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Sony AD-5260S-0B 24x DVD-SM Internal SATA Drive / Black £11.29 delivered @ Play
Sony AD-5260S-0B 24x DVD-SM Internal SATA Drive / Black £11.29 delivered @ Play

Sony AD-5260S-0B 24x DVD-SM Internal SATA Drive / Black £11.29 delivered @ Play

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The AD-5260S burns DVD+R/-R discs at amazing 24X speed, delivering a full 4.7GB DVD in 4 minutes and below! Double/Dual layer discs are written at 12X max. Slot in Audio CD-Rs recorded by the AD-5260S, and enjoy the refined CD sound quality.

The drive features a SATA interface for easy installation into today's desktop PC cases.

* General Information
* Manufacturer: Sony NEC Optiarc, Inc
* Manufacturer Part Number: AD-5260S-0B
* Brand Name: Sony NEC Optiarc
* Product Model: AD-5260S
* Product Name: AD-5260S 24x DVD±RW Drive
* Package Type: Bulk
* Product Type: DVD-Writer
* Technical Information
* Maximum Write Speed: 24x DVD
* Maximum Rewrite Speed: 8x DVD
* Media Support: Double-layer - DVD±R/±RW
* Interfaces/Ports
* Interfaces/Ports: 1x7-pin Serial ATA
* Physical Characteristics
* Colour: Black
* Form Factor: Internal

11 Comments

Thought it was an external for £11 and got all exited lol

Im sure these are the drives that can backup 360 games!?!

Do I get screws

Isnt £10-12 a standard price for a SATA DVDRW drive.... ?

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nice!

Boxrick

Isnt £10-12 a standard price for a SATA DVDRW drive.... ?



Yup - Dabs are just 20p dearer for this one.

Re: Do I get screws?

Unlikely I'd say as they are 'bulk packed' i.e. OEM so will be the bare drive most likely.

Faythur

Yup - Dabs are just 20p dearer for this one.



Then you add postage, so Dabs are a lot more expensive.

Funny thing, was just looking at one of these for my new build, as my old writers are IDE.

Hmm, never heard the term DVD-SM before: en.wikipedia.org/wik…lti
Thx OP, will be ordering a couple

I'd rather have a Pioneer for a few quid extra, better drives

gazjon

Then you add postage, so Dabs are a lot more expensive.Funny thing, was … Then you add postage, so Dabs are a lot more expensive.Funny thing, was just looking at one of these for my new build, as my old writers are IDE.



The question asked was, is it not a standard price for a drive? Any my answer was 'yes'.
Postage doesn't come into it, smartarse!

stezo2k

I'd rather have a Pioneer for a few quid extra, better drives



Sorry, but I disagree. Sony/NEC/Optiarc drives are just about the most reliable for compatibility with different media brands.

You're just being a badge snob.....
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