Blu-ray recordable drive for Macs


fastmac-superdrive.jpgIf you’re a proud owner of Apple’s PowerBook, iBook, and MacBook Pro computers, what better way to give it a performance boost than upgrading it with a brand new slimline, slot loading Blu-ray drive? This upgrade solution is provided by Fastmac’s new Blu-ray optical drive upgrade, offering users with up to 50GB of storage space – more than enough for the average home user when it comes to making backup of important data. To put things into perspective, what can 50GB hold? That amount of space will be enough to store up to 60 days’ worth of music four hours of High Definition quality video, approximately 50,000 JPEG photos and tens of thousands of RAW images.

Of course, if backup is not your cup of tea, you can always use the Fastmac Blu-ray drive to watch the latest high definition movies from Hollywood. Some people might balk at the $799.95 price though, as you can pick up a 60GB PS3 with an extra controller and a couple of games for the same amount. If you had the dough to spare, would you rather purchase the PS3 for you Blu-ray needs, or will this Blu-ray writer be essential to your everyday computer use?

Those who are concerned with compatibility will also be pleased to know that this Blu-ray drive from Fastmac is compatible with all DVD and CD recordable media including DVD±R/RW + Dual/Double Layer, DVD-RAM, and CD-R and CD-RW. Each purchase comes with Toast 8 Titanium software and a single 25GB Blu-ray rewritable disc, along with a one-year warranty for greater peace of mind.

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