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LiteOn DX-20A3P-03C 20X USB DVD-RW/RAM External, £33.45 delivered

External DVDRW including Nero 7 Essential software and USB 2.0 cable; This is a no-frill 20X external DVD writer which offers excellent value for money. Only £33.45 including Delivery from Ebuyer (opens in new tab).

- External Super AllWrite drive, supports DVD+R / DVD+RW / DVD-R / DVD-RW / DVD+R9/ DVD-R9/ DVD-RAM/DVD- / CD-R/ CD-RW / CD-ROM format
- Support Double Layer DVD+/- R9 Recording Function
- Portable design, using USB2.0 connection to ensure the best performance
- Plug & Play, and emergency manual eject function is embeded
- SMART-BURN(*1) avoiding Buffer Under Run error, Smartly adjusting writing strategy & running OPC to provide the best burning quality
- SMART-X(*2) function adjusts CD-DA / VCD / DVD data extraction to a fastest allowable speed according to both data request rate from host and disk quality
- ABS system reduce vibration and noise during recording and reading
- Support Fixed Packet, Variable Packet, TAO, SAO, DAO, Random Access time, Incremental, sequential recording restricted overwrite, Layer Jump recording, Raw Mode Burning & Over-Burn
- DVD read compliant: DVD single/dual layer (PTP/OTP), DVD-R(3.9GB/4.7GB), DVD-R multi borders, DVD-RAM DVD+R, DVD+R multi-sessions, DVD-RW, and DVD+RW
- CD read compliant: CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM/XA, Photo-CD, Multi-session, Karaoke-CD, Video-CD, CD-I FMV, CD Extra, CD Plus, CD-R, and CD-RW
- Support both 8cm and 12cm disc of CD and DVD family
- Conform to Orange Book: Part 2 CD-R Volume 1, Part 2 CD-R Volume 2 Multi Speed, Part 3 CD RW Volume 1 (1x, 2x, and 4x), Part 3 CD-RW Volume2: High Speed, Part 3 CD-RW Volume 3: Ultra Speed

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