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Lacie DVD burners?
Old 10th May 2006
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Lacie DVD burners?

simple question. thumbsup or not?

actually not that simple... tell me what you think if you can compare. I've been eyeing one.
Old 10th May 2006
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A friend of mine has one and I've used it a few times. It's much faster than my internal DVD burner. You have to download a driver (at least I did for my mac), but it performs well.
Old 11th May 2006 | Show parent
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thumbsup I've had good luck and no problems with mine.
Old 11th May 2006
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I have had one for almost two years and it's sturdy and reliable. I use it instead of my Mac's internal DVD burner when backing up my audio data.
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Works great and is really fast.
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Thanks guys, that's what I wanted to hear.
Old 12th May 2006 | Show parent
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Mine's fine. Love it.

Anybody use the LightScribe function?
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