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Any good external DVD burners out there?


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Hello all,

I was looking into buying a DVD Burner, and was wondering if any of you had any recommendations... I'm looking towards a blu-ray burner, but any good-quality burner will suffice ! Price range is around 100 dollars... running 10.8.3 if that helps
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Take a look at what Other World Computing is selling from their on line store. They're Mac specialists and very highly recommended.

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Best. External. DVD. Burner. EVER. I have one as does my stepfather and mother.

Amazon.com: AmazonBasics USB 2.0 8x DVD Writer External Optical Drive (Black): Electronics

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I just bought a cheep Asus one from Newegg.ca last November. I bought a windows laptop with no drive and switched to a Mac (still no drive) but it works great on both!

I believe it WA 20# total with shipping?


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