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xtremeskier97
2004-06-29T13:27:13Z
http://www.compgeeks.com/detail...eid=qIpcQOGUhx18AknDZKsR 


Seamless link I know is a feature on AOpen products...not sure if other burners use them or not.

The actual drive in the picture looks like a LiteOn indeed...but the picture on the box to the left of the drive looks like an Optorite.

So Im not sure what kind of drive it is.

If it is either of those two brands...then it would still be a good burner.
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Ramman
2004-06-30T18:11:03Z
Looks like a rebranded LiteOn or LG to me. Either one are good. Just watch what you order from them. I've got some good stuff at a cheap pice from there. I've also got some comlete junk from them. But, their customer service is great. I'd rate it as high as Newegg.
Grahf
2004-07-01T19:27:29Z
I think it is an LG.
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2004-07-01T19:42:29Z
Either way, $60 for an 8x burner is INSANE!
mentaldisorder
2004-07-01T19:51:38Z
the drive and the drive on the box are different...just thought id mention....i say buy it and then do a review on it to save others money
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2004-07-01T19:54:05Z
The drive reeks of LG as does the style of the box, the drive on the cover of the box though looks like an optorite.

The only disclaimer I can see is "Retail box may vary".
HotshotUK
2004-07-02T08:01:16Z
Sounds like a version of our ebuyer - you either save big or you end up with a POS order.

Either way - for that price, surely you can't go wrong.

The drive itself looks exactly like my Liteon DVDRom.
^Bad_Boy^
2004-07-05T02:04:27Z
I also Recommend.. NEC ND-2500A

Which are going for about US$ 68.. With Free Shipping on Newegg.com..

I burn all my DVD+R 4X Media at 6x and 8X

It Rulez .. and I just Updated the Firmware and made it Dual Layer :cool2:
Grahf
2004-07-05T03:45:47Z
Well, three of us said LG so I guess we should go with that.