HPE DVD-Writer - Jack Black
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

HPE DVD-Writer - Jack Black

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The DVD RW drive is capable of reading DVD 4.7 GB through 8.5 GB media. It can also read standard stamped, CD-R, and CD-RW media.

This drive supports writing to CD-R, CD-RW, DVD +R/RW, and DVD -R/RW media via software utilities. For Microsoft® operating systems, this is available by installing the included Roxio software disk.

For other operating systems, an operating system-specific software utility is required for writing to media. The DVD-ROM drive is designed to read not only CD-ROM and CD -R/RW discs but also DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD +R/RW and DVD -R/RW discs.
  • Simply plug this dvd-writer drive and you'll begin to enjoy watching movies, writing requisite forms of multimedia content to the discs, and much more
  • Double-layer media supported; means that you'll burn 2 different layers on the disc thus greatly increasing (literally doubling) the storage capability
The DVD RW drive is capable of reading DVD 4.7 GB through 8.5 GB media. It can also read standard stamped, CD-R, and CD-RW media.

This drive supports writing to CD-R, CD-RW, DVD +R/RW, and DVD -R/RW media via software utilities. For Microsoft® operating systems, this is available by installing the included Roxio software disk.

For other operating systems, an operating system-specific software utility is required for writing to media. The DVD-ROM drive is designed to read not only CD-ROM and CD -R/RW discs but also DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD +R/RW and DVD -R/RW discs.
  • Simply plug this dvd-writer drive and you'll begin to enjoy watching movies, writing requisite forms of multimedia content to the discs, and much more
  • Double-layer media supported; means that you'll burn 2 different layers on the disc thus greatly increasing (literally doubling) the storage capability