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Plextor offers new 18x external DVD writer for PC and Mac

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 29 Jun 2007 19:14 User comments (4)

Plextor offers new 18x external DVD writer for PC and Mac Plextor announced its latest external drive offering earlier this month, following the success of its recently launched internal PX-800A & PX-810SA DVD ReWriters. The new high-end external drive, the PX-810UF, is ideal for all users as it is compatible with both Mac and PC systems. It features Plextor's legendary quality and reliability in a robust matt black external unit.
From professionals and enthusiasts, through to anyone looking for a stylish addition or upgrade to their home/office set-up, the PX-810UF offers the ideal solution. The PX-810UF comes conveniently with a dual interface for extra flexibility, sporting both USB 2.0 and FireWire (IEEE1394) connectors. In addition, the drive comes with a software package suitable for all users including Nero 7 Essentials (including Nero Express 7), and Plextools Professional LE.

The drive is capable of the following write speeds...

Write speed DVD+R DL

10x

Write speed DVD-R DL

10x

Write speed DVD+R

18x

Write speed DVD-R

18x

Write speed DVD+RW

8x

Write speed DVD-RW

6x

Write speed DVD-RAM

12x

Read speed DVD-ROM

16x

Write speed CD-R

48x

Write speed CD-RW

32x

Read speed CD-ROM

48x



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4 user comments

129.6.2007 21:59

neato a new plextor drive. I love plextor they make some top notch products.

229.6.2007 23:43
MichaelP1
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my PX-716As are still going strong . when or if they ever give out i will try the new PX-810SA

330.6.2007 16:41

Plextor has always been one of the top two leading DVD burners made the Plextor brand and Pioneer. I would go with Plextor just to try it out if ever my Pioneer breaks down or if i am building a new system.

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