Liteon 22X Dual Layer Internal DVD Writer

Liteon 22X Dual Layer Internal DVD Writer

Product Id: 55.07.029.13

Regular Price  1,050
Special Price  950

Quick Overview

Liteon 22X Dual Layer Internal DVD Writer

Additional Information

Model Liteon 22X Dual Layer
Type Internal DVD Writer
Form Factor 5.25
Read Speed (CD) 48X
Read Speed (DVD) 16X
Write Speed (CD) 48X
Write Speed (DVD) 22X
Interface. SATA
Buffer 2MB
Access Time CD (ms) 140
Access Time DVD (ms) 160
Supported Operating System Win 98/ NT/ 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista
Warranty 1 year

Details

Model - Liteon 22X Dual Layer, Type - Desktop DVD Writer, Interface - SATA, Buffer (MB) - 2, Write Speed (DVD) - 22X, Write Speed (CD) - 48X, Read Speed (DVD) - 16X, Read Speed (CD) - 48X, Access Time DVD (ms) - 160, Access Time CD (ms) - 140, Form Factor (Inch) - 5.25, OS Supported - Win 98/ NT/ 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista, Warranty - 1 year

Despite optical drives' waning relevance, many people still want to load software from physical media, play a high definition Blu-ray movie on their computer, listen to a CD, or burn photos and videos to a DVD. If you want an optical drive in your PC build to be able to play DVDs/Blu-rays, old games, or to burn media, we are here to cover what you need to know before buying one.
 

Types of Optical Drives
 

There are three basic varieties of optical storage – CD, DVD, and Blu-ray. For reading the optical media you’ll need CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and Blu-Ray drives. There are also many varieties of combo drives, for instance, most DVD-ROM drives can read CDs as well. It is recommended to go for a drive that is capable of handling all these three variants.

Some optical drivers come with Read-Write [RW] function. These variants are typically expensive compared to their read-only counterparts. Nonetheless, these variants offer more flexibility and value for money in the long run.
 

Other Important Factors


One of the important factors to consider while purchasing an optical drive is its speed. You should opt for a drive that offers optimal reading and writing speeds at all conditions. The higher the speed, the better it is.

If you are using Blu-ray, you need to find a drive capable of handling extra demands effectively.

In case of external drives, you should go for one, which is easy to carry and sturdy enough to handle daily usage.

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