Released June, 2010
The Pros:Can be used as an external media drive with Samsung HDTVs. Extremely thin at only 17mm thick - great for traveling. Physically smaller than competing 'slim' DVD writers.
The Cons:Uses a Y-style USB cable - occupies 2 ports. Has a huge Samsung logo on the top of the disc drive. Includes feature-limited CD/DVD recording software.
The Samsung SE-S084D is an external DVD drive, promoted as the world's thinnest. The device, promising a standard 8x DVD write speed, is 17mm thick. Released in June 2010, the SE-S084D is available in seven colors corresponding to Samsung's current netbook models (which lack optical drives).
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The drive is also notably lightweight at half a pound. It transfers data and is powered by USB, and uses Buffer Under Run technology to reduce writing errors.
- Write speeds:
- 24X CD-ROM/CD-RW
- 8X DVD±R/DVD+RW/DVD+R dual layer
- 6X DVD-RW/DVD-R dual layer
- 5X DVD-RAM
- USB data transfer and power source
- Buffer Under Run
- 17mm thick
- 0.5 lbs
- Available in 7 colors
User Reviews (2)
can be used as an external media drive with Samsung HDTVs
extremely thin at only 17mm thick - great for traveling
physically smaller than competing 'slim' DVD writers
non-glossy enclosure - doesn't easily pick up fingerprints and dust
uses a Y-style USB cable - occupies 2 ports
has a huge Samsung logo on the top of the disc drive
includes feature-limited CD/DVD recording software
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