|Form factor?||Internal drive|
|Media load type?||Tray|
|Read speeds||32xCD / 12xDVD / 4xBlu-ray / 3xHD DVD|
|CD write speed||16xCDR / 16xCDRW|
|DVD write speed||8xDVD-R / 6xDVD-RW / 4xDVD-R DL / 8xDVD+R / 8xDVD+RW / 4xDVD+R DL /
|Blu-ray write speed||4xBD-R / 2xBD-RE / 2xBD-R DL / 2xBD-RE DL|
|HD DVD write speed|
- Form factor (Form factor)
Internal drive is simply a drive, which is installed inside the casing of a computer, while an external drive has a casing of its own, and is connected to the computer via an cable. If you need to move the drive around a lot (e.g. use it in two or more different computers), an external drive is a practical choice.
- Connection type (Connection type)
An external Blu-ray-drive may be connected to the computer via an eSATA, FireWire, or USB interface, while an internal drive may be connected via IDE (ATA), SCSI, or S-ATA interface.
- Media load type (Media load type)
A slot load drive has an opening to slide the disc in (i.e. like many car CD players). In tray load drive the disk is placed on a tray that slides out of the drive.
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