Plextor PX-LB950UE external 12X Blu-ray Writer touted to be fastest in the market

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Plextor lays claim to the fastest external Blu-ray writer in the market today with the recent introduction of the PX-LB950UE external 12X Blu-ray Writer in the US. This drive will sport the latest superspeed USB 3.0 and eSATA connections, where either one of them are able to deliver bandwidth for high data transfer rate – of course, all those will come up to nought if your machine does not support USB 3.0 or eSATA, so make sure your back-end hardware is compatible and no bottlenecks are in place from the beginning.

The Plextor PX-LB950UE will also be accompanied by advanced Blu-ray and DVD playback software and recording applications to get you started right out of the box, delivering the full Blu-ray HD experience right in the comfort of your living room to boot. The drive was specially designed to provide smooth and quiet HD Blu-ray movie playback with excellent sound reproduction and a crystal clear picture quality as added incentives.

Not only that, it will also join the 3D revolution since the Plextor PX-LB950UE will play nice with 3D playback, not to mention its ability to convert 2D contents to simulate 3D effects.

Other engineering achievements would include the PX-LB950UE being developed with a low vibration system, so you can deduce from there that most of the vibrations it experiences are removed. With a generous 8MB buffer that ensures an enhanced writing accuracy at high speed, the PX-LB950UE’s wonders do not stop there – it also comes with a special chassis that will channel the airflow, cools the motors, improves performance and extends the lifetime of the drive.

Being LightScribe enabled, the PX-LB950UE will be accompanied by Plextor¹s very own PlexUTILITIES, a comprehensive disc and drive analysis tool. You will need to burn a $239.99 in your pocket first before you burn your own Blu-ray discs at super fast speeds.

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