Decent CDRW

  Brih 19:14 08 May 2003

I am thinking of buying a CDRW. Does anyone recommend a reasonable priced, good performing model which is easy to install.


  Beas-Knees 19:34 08 May 2003

ASUS 52x24x52 CDRW retail version available from click here for only £39.95 inclusive has been the number 1 CDRW in the PC Advisor charts for the last 4 months.

  Patr100 19:35 08 May 2003

I think you will find the Liteon a good choice.

  MIke 20:41 08 May 2003

I have a Ricoh which installed easily, came with Nero 5.5 and has been reliable for over a year now

  Sturmey 20:52 08 May 2003

I have owned Philips and Hewlett Packard CDRW drives but my current Plextot has been the most reliable for me.

  Sturmey 20:54 08 May 2003

Plextot should be Plextor.

  hugh-265156 20:58 08 May 2003

click here for some reviews

  Sion 21:59 08 May 2003

I got the Lite-On 48x12x48x from Dixons for £39.99. Its model number is LTR48246S. Top drive. Very quick, and if u do a search on the net you'll find Loads of good reviews for it. And it comes with Nero.

Or you can read real peoples reviews of it here click here

Which was nice!

  Black Dog2 23:45 08 May 2003

All the models above are very good, but I can recommend the Liteon 48x24x48 model. CCL computers have these going at the moment for £26 + VAT (about £31 ?).

As above, you get a copy of nero with it, too. Mine hasn't produced a "coaster" yet.

  Black Dog2 23:47 08 May 2003

Duh, I forgot: find CCL here, they're British (Bradford, I think) and are reliable and quick.

click here

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