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    Plextor PX-880SA LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Internal Drive (Black)

    Hi all,

    Plextor as the world's and recorder the manufacturer, the product has always been second to none with high performance and technical leader in the forefront of the industry. Especially the recently introduced new recorder PX-880SA. Please reply some more about this product. Thanks in advance.

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    Plextor PX-880SA LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Internal Drive (Black)

    As the industry's leading professional Recorder Manufacturers,Plextor Nature did not stop the pace of development, first developed the world's fastest 24X DVDRecorder——PX-880SA. As Plextor the new flagship product,PX-880SA not only ultra-high recording speed, but also with a series of special functions and test functions. It appeared in turn undoubtedly recorder pushed to a high point.

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    Plextor PX-880SA LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Internal Drive (Black)

    Disc quality test isPlextorFunctions of the signs,PX-880SAIs no exception. The function of the corresponding test data is very large, there is transfer rate test, BER test, jitter testing, and for the blank disc's TE / FE quality assurance testing, comprehensive understanding of the disc for the user to provide a quality strong basis. Some tests on the disc, there will be more detail, so stay tuned. All the best.

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    Plextor PX-880SA LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Internal Drive (Black)

    PX-880SA not only has the absolute advantage in speed, its unique "speed recording technology" is the high speed performance to play the most. Plus a variety of special features and ultra-high quality recording, it deserved to become today's fastest, most powerful supercomputer performance recorder. We believe that with such a next generation product, any burning problems will be solved, instead of just endless fun recording. All the best.

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    Plextor PX-880SA LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Internal Drive (Black)

    Plextor's is a high-cost types of DVD burners. Short body with a unique design, more conducive to small PC chassis wiring and heat dissipation[*] SATA unique high transfer rate interface, the maximum transmission rate of up to 150m / s.
    • Supports read and write DVD-RAM format.
    • On DVD + R / RW and DVD-R/RW disc to achieve a wide range of compatibility.
    • On CD-R and CD-RW disc to achieve a wide range of compatibility.
    • Full support PlexUTILITIES (Plextor wisdom burning wizard) the function
    • Equipped with recording quality and enhanced technology to achieve the highest recording quality, if the disc quality is very good, recording speed can be realized
    • Equipped with Buffer Under run Proof Huancunqianzai Protection (For CD-R/RW)
    • Carrying Lossless Linking Huancunqianzai Protection (For DVD + R / RW)
    • Carrying ZeroLink Huancunqianzai Protection (For DVD-R/RW)
    • With black tray, to the greatest degree of reduction of the phenomenon of reflection of laser chaos, reduce Jitter, to further improve the recording quality
    • Level of support, using vertically
    • With 2MB Cache
    • High-speed seek time

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