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    menace3054
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    Do the PB superdrives have dual-layer support?
    I have the 4x superdrive, and wanted to upgrade to an 8x. I found this one for $199. its 8x, dual layer capable

    http://store.mcetech.com/Merchant2/m...=PBG4DVDR8DL-A

    also, has anyone ever heard of that brand?? thanks!

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    Do the PB superdrives have dual-layer support?
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    Quote Originally Posted by menace3054
    I have the 4x superdrive, and wanted to upgrade to an 8x. I found this one for $199. its 8x, dual layer capable

    http://store.mcetech.com/Merchant2/m...=PBG4DVDR8DL-A

    also, has anyone ever heard of that brand?? thanks!
    Haven't seen this product before, but I wouldn't bother. If you just need the ability but not the portability, get an external 16x DVD Dual Layer burner from LaCie w/LightScribe for the same price. Comes with Roxio Toast Titanium, and it's FireWire. Flip the disc over and burn yourself an image on to the label side. I ordered one three weeks ago, it should be here next week (backorder).

    http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?pid=10548

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    Lasha
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    Definitely go with what Ian said, in my opinion. Don't bother spending your money upgrading and going through the long process...Just get an external drive instead, somtimes even cheaper, and you can have more power than you can want, also for a nicer price.

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    menace3054
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    lol dont worry, i just spent allllllll allll all my money on a powermac

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