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Blu-Ray USB External Player DVDRW

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  • External Philips Lite-on DS-4E1S Combo Drive with external USB 2.0 case (White)
  • 4x Blu-ray read speed; 8x write speed DVDR; 4x rewrite/write speed DL DVD+/-R and DVDRW / DVD-RAM
  • Interface: USB2.0 (Compatible with USB1.1) Disk Load Type: Tray
  • Features: 1. External slim DVDRW Drive 2. Powered by USB or external ac adapter 3. Plug & Play.
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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001QA2Y9S
  • Item model number: Panasonic UJ-120
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Drive Specifications: 2X BD-ROM reading 5X DVD-RAM Writing 8X DVD-R Writing 2X DVD-R DL Writing 4X DVD-RW Writing 8X DVD+R Writing 2.4X DVD+R DL Writing 4X DVD+RW Writing 8X CD-R Writing 8X CD-RW Writing 24xCD
Reading Speed 8xDVD Reading Speed 1.6XBD Reading Speed
Condition: BrandNew Plug & play !
System Requirement : Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista/ Windows 7, not for Mac
Buffer Size : (137mm), Height : 0.7 in (18mm)
Note: If you connect with your Desktop Computers ,you need to connect it with the computer's mortherboard .


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Customer Reviews

I'm hoping this review will save someone in my same position the time wasted on this drive.
mfarley
Well, I cannot even get this thing to power either with the USB power cable supplied or the one that powers my external hard drive.
Trig
To play Blu-Ray on a MAC you will need a third party program to play them, but the drive works great.
Great for MAC

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115 of 119 people found the following review helpful By J. Francis on November 9, 2010
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This has proved to be an excellent solution to backing up Blu Ray discs to my iMac. OS X will naively recognize it and you can use readily available third party software to extract nice mkv files. The device appears of good quality and I believe it's an unmarked Panasonic / Matsushita. I think this is great because Apple uses Matsushita CD/DVD drives in many of their models. Highly recommended.
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Logical on April 14, 2010
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Works great ...
Note that the "more details" say that it is Model: Panasonic UJ-220
but the system information of the one I received says that it is a FUJITSU

Works great but I did need "AnyDVD HD" installed in order to be able to use it.

Update:

I purchased the following power adapter found here at Amazon.

ZipLinq AC NEW/ver. Charger to USB Conv

I believe it can supply up to 150-450 mA output if required.

Mine works without the supply but I still use the 5.0 VDC.
I have used both for about a week now and using the external power supply did no harm.

Why over tax the laptop ...

Update number 2.

When the reader was transfering a large amount of data to the USB external drive,
on two different occasions, I got an ERROR in the middle of the operation. Note that BOTH times, I was NOT using
the ZipLinq AC NEW/ver. Charger to USB Conv.

Since then I use the AC to USB power adapter EVERYTIME and have NEVER had a problem since.

Thus I would purchase again the "ZipLinq AC NEW/ver. Charger to USB Conv"
here at amazon.
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77 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Fergie on August 3, 2009
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for $100 this is a great Blu-Ray reading and DVD-burning slim portable drive.
It will power itself right off of USB so you don't need any other connectors. I've seen much more expensive drives from lenovo or HP that are just as nice and don't do blu-ray.

My only complaint is more about blu-ray itself. First you need to purchase some sort of software (cyberlink or Intervideo WinDVD) but specifically a version that supports blu-ray, which is a little bit more expensive as nothing comes with the drive that can play blu-ray out of the box. Additionally, you will need a fairly recent generation computer to play the blu-ray disks effectively. I've used it on a machine with a GMA965 but the video is a bit choppy, however on my T500 with the Discrete Radeon HD card that will switch down to the Intel 4 series chip when not busy. Playing blu-ray disks always pounds on the radeon, anything less than a Radeon HD or very new 9 series nVidia will probably have a hard time, or might not even play a blu-ray disk at all. So make sure you have something that can play the disks.

In all honesty, I will probably replace my computer before I replace this drive as it is a really useful and versatile optical drive
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By McGroarty TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 20, 2012
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If you only need to read Blu-Ray media, this is a cheap, workable solution. It works well with Windows, Mac and Linux with appropriate software. It does require two USB ports in order to provide power, unless you purchase a separate power adapter. This is common for external optical media drives.

The unit has an exceptionally cheap feel to it. The plastic case is a flimsy, yielding plastic that you would more expect from a Happy Meal toy than a computer peripheral, but it does its job. Just don't stack anything on it. The tiniest bit of pressure on the top is enough to flex the case and grind against the spinning media.

The trouble comes in with older CDs and DVDs. The overhead space for media in the drive is ridiculously low. If you have media that's even a fraction of a milimeter thicker than normal, as happens with adhesive labels or some older multi-color screen printed CDs and DVDs, they'll actually scrape against the internal surface of the unit, either refusing to play or producing too many errors for playback. Even the adhesive hubs that you'll find on Netflix rental DVDs can add too much to the height of the DVD for playback. You actually have to peel these off before some titles play.

I give the unit three stars because it offers a fully working Blu-Ray drive at a very low price. However, this would be a poor choice of general purpose drive.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By James Sherhart on July 8, 2011
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I would prefer to purchase content digitally from iTunes, but Apple does not allow purchased video to be streamed via AIrVideo, etc. - lame. The alternative is to purchase Blu-ray discs and rip them, so I needed an inexpensive drive to do this. Fist off, it is REALLY lame of other folks to ding this drive on reviews because it does not come with software. Do your homework folks. That's like buying a car, realizing it does not come standard with Nav, and ripping the auto manufacturer.

I just received the drive last night, downloaded MakeMKV for free (2-click software BTW), and had the first Blu-ray disc ripped to my HD in full 1080p within 30 minutes. Currently using HandBrake to encode as 720p m4v file to play on AppleTV.

For others doing the same, here are instructions for above:

1. Rip with MakeMKV (load Blu-ray, click Blu-ray disc icon, hit Make MKV)
2. Open the .mkv file you want to transcode in Handbrake (largest file - should be ~24-30GB)
3. Select the Apple TV preset at right
4. Click Picture Icon at top
5. Set Anamorphic to none
6. Change the picture size to 1280 by 720
7. Check framerate with MediaInfo app (SourceForge). If 23.xxx, use "same as source". If >24, set to 24.
8. Set bit rate to 5000 for the video
9. Click on the Audio tab and if the source is AC3, leave as is; if it's DTS, disable track 2
10. Click Start

Very happy with purchase. Quality Blu-ray drive for the price.

Jimbo
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