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# 205785 26-Nov-2016 18:49
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Toshiba Samsung TS-L632 external CD/DVD drive:

 

DVD±RW DVD±R DL
8x DVD RW DL
Emergency Eject Hole
Activity LED
Hot Plug & Play (USB cables included - no additional power needed)
2 MB buffer Writing Speed: 6x DVD+R DL (Double Layer) 4x DVD-R DL (Dual) 5x DVD-RAM 8x DVD+R 8x DVD-R 24x CD-R 8x DVD+RW 6x DVD-RW 24x CD-RW
Reading Speed: 5x DVD-RAM 8x DVD+R 8x DVD-R 8x DVD-ROM

 

Great for netbooks, devices that don't have a CD/DVD drive, very portable.

 

$18 includes delivery.


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  # 1678123 27-Nov-2016 09:09
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The best sales pitch for your gadget instead of all those specs:

 

"Need to reimage laptop/netbook which does not have CD/DVD? - Use this external drive and one of the imaging tools (e.g. Acronis/Clonzilla) and you'll be fine .... :-) 




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  # 1678140 27-Nov-2016 09:39
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Ha ha ... remember that this is Geekzone, but I'll put you on a sales commission though sealed

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1678200 27-Nov-2016 12:01
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Tempted. But they're about that delivered from Aliexpress. Busy ditching all my internal drives - haven't used optical media in years (5?). Having one that can easily plug in would be somewhat comforting. But wonder what the odds are of actually ever using it...




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  # 1678337 27-Nov-2016 15:46
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$15 delivered it is, then undecided


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  # 1678429 27-Nov-2016 17:36
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I'll take it!








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  # 1678449 27-Nov-2016 18:18
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Sent you Message.sealed


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  # 1678499 27-Nov-2016 20:54
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What do you use a CD drive for? 


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