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*** OcUK Exclusive *** Brushed Aluminium BluRay Drive

Discussion in 'Optical Storage & Writing' started by Ace Modder, 3 Oct 2009.

  1. Ace Modder

    Antec Rep

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    *** OcUK Brushed Aluminium Blu-Ray ROM Slot Loading Drive - Black (Retail) @ £54.99 inc VAT ***

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    Enjoy Blu-ray Disc movies and look forward to visual experiences in a completely new dimension: The new OcUK Blu-ray ROM finished with brushed aluminium internal drive with S-ATA interface makes it possible. This versatile device allows you to play back BD, DVD and CD formats. This is a unique product which takes the hassle out of stealthing your optical drive in many high end brush aluminium cases.

    - BD-R Read: 2x
    - BD-RE Read: 2x
    - DVD Read: 4x
    - Buffer Size: 4MB
    - SATA Interface


    Only £54.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW
     
  2. Stormar

    Hitman

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    thats a very good price,might just swop 1 of my dvdrw this :)
     
  3. alex24

    Capodecina

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    Very smart, who's the OEM?
     
  4. Broken Hope

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Nottingham

    Does this come with any software? e.g PowerDVD?
     
  5. rexehuk

    Mobster

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    That would look sweet in my silverstone fortress... Shame I have no drive bays left! Does this not cd-write?
     
  6. Axil

    Hitman

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    Looks good - definitely would have gone for it is it was a HD-DVD/BD combo (looking for one of those atm)
     
  7. SBD

    Hitman

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    Location: Leicester/Norwich

    Will you be getting another one which can burn CDs and DVDs?
     
  8. Toastor

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    Nice product. I much prefer slot loading to tray loading too.
     
  9. AMG

    Mobster

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    very nice, who is the 3rd party?
     
  10. Braka

    Wise Guy

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    looks good and price also pity bout the burn
     
  11. Ace Modder

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    The Sony BDU-X10S was a reader only, and that sold lots and lots.
     
  12. Bane

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    Any chance of a silver version?

    Edit: Also has it got padding in the slot gap to hold disk in position when ejected? And to stop scratching either side when clumsily taking it out.
     
    Last edited: 4 Oct 2009
  13. seldNofSparta

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    le sex...
     
  14. Ace Modder

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    Sony!
     
  15. Lanz

    Soldato

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    Is there any software bundled, so it can intergrate with 7MC?
     
  16. bledd

    Don

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    do you know how long these drives are?

    my mce box is a bit short on space, so only some drives can fit :)

    thanks
     
  17. Ace Modder

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    192.7mm
     
  18. bledd

    Don

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    thanks

    are these a limited item?

    is it the same as a BDU-X10S under the hood?
     
  19. pioneer2000

    Soldato

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    Any news on a writer version?
     
  20. Farore

    Gangster

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    This is one sweet looking piece of kit. :) I would buy it but at the moment I don't like BluRay. It's still too damn expencive for the media! :(