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Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive

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DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF
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With these drives you can read and record DVDs and/or CDs in all kinds of formats. Please note the difference between DVD+R and DVD-R when buying a DVD burner, often drives can write only to one of those two media types, sometimes to both. When you buy a drive that only supports one type, you will always have to be careful to choose the right writable DVD discs in the shop. Newer DVD drives also support writing to Dual Layer DVDs. This kind of discs have a storage capacity of 8.5 GB instead of the usual 4.7 GB. DVD (re)writers generally can read and write CDs also, but only some CD (re)writers can read DVDs.
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Included since: 12 Oct 2006
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Long product name Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive :
The short editorial description of Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive

DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF / 16x DVD+/-R / 10x DVD+R DL / 6x DVD-R DL

Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive:
The official marketing text of Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive as supplied by the manufacturer
Plextor launches a new external Premium DVD-ReWriter drive - the PX-755UF. The PX-755UF Premium is the World's fastest DVD-ReWriter to date. It is capable of 16x DVD+/-R and 10x DVD+R DL speeds and come with a comprehensive package of high-end features.

The Plextor PX-755UF is designed for today’s PC, movie and audio enthusiasts. It matches the growing trend for black PC cases in the home/office and provides the ideal robust upgrade/expansion unit for discerning users.
Short summary description Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive:
This short summary of the Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF, USB & FireWire, 2 MB, 48x, 24x, 16x, 16x
Long summary description Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive :

Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF. Interface: USB & FireWire, Drive device, buffer size: 2 MB. CD write speed: 48x, CD rewrite speed: 24x, DVD+R write speed: 16x. CD read speed: 48x. DVD drive average random access time: 150 ms, CD-ROM drive average random access time: 100 ms. Weight: 3.53 lbs (1.6 kg)

This is an auto-generated long summary of Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF optical disc drive based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

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Internal *
Interface *
USB & FireWire
Drive device, buffer size
2 MB
Writing speed
CD write speed *
CD rewrite speed
DVD+R write speed
DVD-R write speed
DVD-R Double Layer write speed
DVD+R Double Layer write speed
DVD+RW write speed
DVD-RW write speed
Reading speed
CD read speed *
Access time
DVD drive average random access time
150 ms
CD-ROM drive average random access time
100 ms
Weight & dimensions
3.53 lbs (1.6 kg)
Other features
Dimensions (WxDxH)
6.58 x 2.09 x 9.98" (167.1 x 53 x 253.5 mm)
Minimum RAM
512 MB
Minimum processor
Pentium 4 - 1.6 Ghz
Minimum hard disk space
10 GB
Compatible operating systems
Windows 2000/XP
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Testseek has collected 2 expert reviews for Plextor DVD-ReWriter Drive - PX-755UF and the average expert rating is 90 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Plextor PX-755UF External CD/DVD Burner Written by Jason "Fujitsu" Schneider Monday, 05 February 2007 Article Index:Plextor PX-755UF External CD/DVD BurnerDrive Specs and FeaturesDVD and CD PerformanceExtra Features and ConclusionPage 1 of 4Produ...
Good Lots of Features, Seems to be very well built/sturdy, Truly a Top-End Drive, Decent Burning Speed...
Bad More expensive than other External Burners, No DVD-RAM Compatibility...
Bottom line Well, CD/DVD burners are becoming more and more difficult to review anymore, with the performance between most drives being so close. All drives out on the market anymore have probably a ~10 second difference between the best and the worst. Performanc...
Wouldnt it be nice if the format war between High Definition DVD and Blu-Ray could be resolved as easily as the last DVD optical storage debate? All those years ago, while they were trying to decide if DVD+R or DVD-R should be the dominant form...