The bad; plastiky compared to early DVD models. I’ve had eSata and USB2 connected blu ray burners in the past and have had trouble with the USB2 not being able to sustain the speed it needs to do a proper burn. The only problem I had was on the second burn I had a little trouble getting the computer did not recognize the LG burner. Though I was hesitant to buy because I needed a Mac OS X compatible blu ray, this drive worked perfectly out of the box. Average BD movie back-up to hard drive averages about an hour with i7. The USB cable isn’t super long, about 30 inches. Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike from Not bad!
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It worked out great, and I can also use it with other USB3-equipped systems later. Though I was hesitant to buy because I needed a Mac OS X compatible blu ray, this drive worked perfectly out of the box.
Super Multi Blue External USB 3.0 14x Blu-ray Disc Rewriter
Also, this drive is great because its compatible with the newer GB discs. The USB cable isn’t super long, about 30 inches.
The only drawback is that the hardware eject button sometimes doesn’t work, forcing me to drag the drive’s icon to the trash can in order to eject a disc. In the lb I would have bought an internal drive, so this was kind of an experiment. This drive seems to have no such be14u40 and the USB3 connection seems fast and stable.
I’m sorry not to see a telltale light to indicate if it’s on.
I do not burn so this will be tested at a later time, sorry. Play in Peace Silent Play technology automatically controls the disc read speed for optimal noise reduction.
Be the first to review this item. It’s nice and solid, not like the many lightweight and obviously cheaply made players out there. The drive is fast and relatively quiet, produces good burns, and looks attractive on my desk. Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike from Not bad! With higher transfer rates of 5Gbps compared to USB 2. The only thing that would make it better is if it came with blu-ray playing software for Mac so that I didn’t have to also buy an app to go with it.
That’s fine, but it actually prevents you from running it on the physical host OS if you have VMware Workstation installed at all. The LG external burner looks good on my desk, is compact but has some weight so it does not slide around on my desk. be1nu40
The included software is junk but works OK. The only problem I had was on the second burn I had a little trouble getting the computer did not recognize the LG burner. The Blu-Ray playback software includes a security feature meant to prevent you from running the software in a virtual machine under VMware, VirtualBox, etc. Hope this last as long as the older ones.
It’s a pretty hefty package, clearly well-built. Data Protection with M-Disc Support The M-Disc uses a patented rock-like recording surface instead of organic dye to etch your data onto a disc. I’m happy with my purchase.
Plus – it’s pretty cheap. It works great, and it has read discs that numerous other computers and players wouldn’t recognize.
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The bad; plastiky compared to be1nu40 DVD models. Good drive, but missing some details to make it great. I’ve burned two BR discs and they have all come out very well. It looks good with the silver looking front, lv didn’t realize the rest of the case was white plastic until I unboxed it. Rated 4 out of 5 by Wildcar from Fast reading and burning; Mac compatible For the most part, this drive works just as I needed it to.
With 2D to 3D converting feature, you can bring new dimensions to all your videos. I’ve had eSata and USB2 connected blu ray burners in the past and have had trouble with the USB2 not being able to sustain the speed it needs to do a proper burn.
Nonstop Playability Jamless Play automatically prevents stop video playback in case of damaged disc, such as scratches or fingerprints by jumping through the erroneous data or damaged areas.