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Samsung Portable DVD Writer SE-218BB

Compact and portable, the Samsung Portable DVD Writer SE-218BB makes an excellent companion for ultrabook mobile users.

By 18 July 2012

4 stars Editors' rating 18 July 2012

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Iomega Super DVD Writer

Iomega's Super DVD Writer offers competitive performance for a reasonable price--perfect for anyone who wants five-format flexibility.

By 14 November 2003

3.5 stars Editors' rating 14 November 2003

Typical price: $299.00


Sony DRX810UL Dual Layer DVD Writer

The DRX810UL is a bulky and mostly reliable external DVD burner with the same irritating software flaws as its predecessors.

By 21 December 2005

0 stars Editors' rating 21 December 2005

Typical price: $249.00


Toshiba unveils slim HD DVD-Writer for the man-purse

Toshiba knows that space is at a premium in a chap's man-bag, so it has created external drives -- for all your HD DVD play and backup needs -- that are just 13mm thick

By 31 August 2007


Iomega Super DVD Writer 16X16 USB 2.0

For fast ripping and burning at a reasonable price, the Iomega Super DVD Writer 16X16 is hard to beat.

By 21 September 2005

3 stars Editors' rating 21 September 2005

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HP DVD-Writer DVD200i drive

Though the compatibility of DVD+Rs with other hardware is still unproven, the DVD200i is a fast all-in-one optical drive and excellent for both backing up your system and for mastering DVDs.

By 23 May 2002

4 stars Editors' rating 23 May 2002

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HP DVD-Writer DVD100i drive

The DVD100i is an excellent, speedy drive for backup or for authoring DVD movies that will work in newer players. However, it can't match a DVD-R drive for compatibility with older drives and players.

By 19 December 2001

3.5 stars Editors' rating 19 December 2001

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HP DVD writers aim to play nice

The company says its new double-layer burners are largely free of compatibility problems.

By 21 July 2004


Toshiba introduces dual-format DVD writers

The move is the latest sign that a war between two competing formats may end in mutual co-existence.

By 24 March 2004