USB DVD WRITER

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USB DVD WRITER

Can  someond reccommend a good USB DVD WRITER drive with Lightscribe.

 Thanks

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ACE - Professor

Re: USB DVD WRITER

It's not easy finding USB DVD burners out there with lightscribe. If oyu want to cut out lightscribe the prices go down.

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827136267

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Professor

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I just found this  The price is good so I guess I will give it a try.

 

http://www.cwioutlet.com/p-463-lenovo-41n5630-usb-2-0-super-multi-burner-drive-with-lightscribe.aspx...

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ACE - Master

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Hi Shoe,

 

Here's another one and it has Blue Ray and dual layer capability.  But it's quite a lot more money:

 

http://www.microcenter.com/product/385564/Portable_Blu-ray_Disc_Re-writer

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Professor

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That is nice

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Scholar

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A site I check often is www.techbargains.com

 

They scour the web daily for whats hot and whats on sale.

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Professor

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Thanks for the link

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Employee

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Just from experience with USB type burners before... I found it was easier and faster to just create an ISO and take it to a machine I could boot up and use a burner on. It also burns faster as you are targeting a full burner.  Since I have a hiren's boot cd on a USB stick (and it comes with a plethora of tools for PC's including cd burning) I just walk up to a machine, boot it up on the USB, burn my image (most times on the same USB stick) and move on. 

 

I actually have a diskless pc for this mission, it just sits there non-powered, unless I need it. It don't have to be the latest and fancy hardware either. I used a AMD athlon 1.1ghz with 512mb main memory. I put it in a case that has a carry handle built in on it. 

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