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    News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    And looks good, too.
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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    Am I the only one who saw the comment out the dvd-rw drive below the cd jewel case and thought - thats cool - a clear DVD-RW drive...Then I looked again.
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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    So bits of labelflash used?

    Not really new is it, unless I'm missing something here!
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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    £150. gtfo
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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    This isn't new - I had a CD drive which did it years ago: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DiscT@2

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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    It all looks very retro to me - and very expensive!!!

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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    perfect companion to the netbooks

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    Re: News - Lite-On offers DVD burner with a twist

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Am I the only one who saw the comment out the dvd-rw drive below the cd jewel case and thought - thats cool - a clear DVD-RW drive...Then I looked again.
    +1.
    I guess the costs is due to the BD rather than the 'twist'. External drives tend to be quite expensive especially for at least a couple of years.

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