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Jan. 3, 2014 @ 2:43a by ArtieLange
posted: Jan. 3, 2014 @ 2:42a
Blu-ray Combo with 3D Movie Support The LG UH12NS30 is a Blu-ray combo drive capable of reading Blu-ray and DVD media, including the latest 3D blockbusters, for a more immersive, stereoscopic viewing experience. SuperMulti DVD Burner The LG UH12NS30 enables users to burn any DVD+R/-R, DVD+RW/-RW, DVD-RAM, or CD-R/CD-RW disc, and supports the dual-layer function, allowing up to 8.5GB data to be burned and saved on a single dual-layer disc. Burn your own DVD/CD movies or backup data with ease! M-Disc Support M-Disc, Write Once and Read Forever. The organic dyes used by current DVD technology are susceptible to temperature, humidity and even sunlight, and would break down over time resulting in corrupt and lost data. The M-Disc employs inorganic and synthetic materials that can be physically changed when recording, and cannot be overwritten, erased, or corrupted by natural process, so your data can be safely and permanently stored.
I'm in the process of potentially building a new PC and haven't in years. Is this what people are getting for their disk drive or do they get a DVD Burner in 1 drive and a separate BluRay player in second drive? I'm trying to get as few parts as possible (Case, MB, Processor, RAM, Drive, HD). Thanks.
If I were building a computer right now and didn't already have a blu-ray player I would probably just get a good blue-ray drive. It will burn everything and you can watch your blue rays. On the other side stand alone blue ray players are so cheap you might just want to get one of those and just get a DVD drive for the computer which you can get a good one on sale for $15-$20.
ArtieLange said: If I were building a computer right now and didn't already have a blu-ray player I would probably just get a good blue-ray drive. It will burn everything and you can watch your blue rays. On the other side stand alone blue ray players are so cheap you might just want to get one of those and just get a DVD drive for the computer which you can get a good one on sale for $15-$20. Thanks. I wasn't sure of the choices. Of the proposed build now, I was going with an ASUS DVD burner drive for $19.99. But I wasn't sure of the Blu-ray drives because I will also need to get software for it to work. While I would like to say I can find it on the internet, I remember how hard it was to find something free on the internet to make my old DVD player to even work. I know VLC Player does everything up to DVDs but wasn't sure if they do Blu-Ray. I only got like 3 Blu-Ray movies anyways and the technology will be dead in like a year or so haha. But yeah my focus is on the Big 6 of making a great computer.
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