Sounds nice, but where can people get the Bluray-R that can take 12x speed?
It is great that there are starting to have USB3.0 on the market. Now I just need to wait till everything gets much more popular and cheaper.
Anyway, this burner is almost useless for most of the people. However it is defintely a good start.
This is so not worth the money. Blu-Ray burners are just a bad option for PC users. Specially an external one at the price of 453$. Without including delivery costs and IF thats a price for consumers. With 453$ I can buy me a very sweet ass SATAII internall HDD. And have spare money as well. And if you include the money you have to spend to reach the ammount of GBs from the same priced HDD into BR discs to same ammount of capacity the cost skyrockets by the disc. Screw Blu-Ray burners.
For that money i can buy 4 WD Caviar 1TB internals and create all the Blu-ray movie files i want. I can't ever see the need for a Blu-ray burner for myself I just play the files on my 40" HDTV. The only thing i can't do is get the DTS audio stream to my home theater audio system no HDMI on my A/V preamp. Is there a work around for this? Maybe if the blanks were the price of dvd blanks.