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OWC announce new Superdrive - Other World Computing (OWC) have announced the availability of their new Superdrive optical drives for added performance and reliability.
Other World Computing (OWC), a leading Mac and PC technology company, announced today new Superdrive optical drives for all Mac computers, including Mac Pro; PowerBook G4 Titanium 15in, 12/15/17in Aluminum; iBook G4; PowerMac G3, G4, G5; iMac G4; and eMac.
Whether upgrading from a read-only drive, replacing an older Superdrive or adding additional optical drive, OWC’s Superdrives are priced right and are Plug & Play easy to install. OWC offers the newest, fastest, and quietest SuperDrive technology from Pioneer, including 20X DL SuperDrive DVR-115D to read and write DVDs, CDs, and dual-layer DVDs. Capacity for dual layer DVDs is 8.5Gb at speeds of 10X; regular DVDs for 4.7Gb capacity at 20X; and CDs for 700Mb at 40X.
“Replacing an existing optical drive or even adding an additional drive lets you enjoy the latest DVD and CD authoring performance and reliability,” said Larry O’Connor, President, Other World Computing. “For most Macs, this is an incredibly easy upgrade and one of great return for anyone who’s currently making or planning to make their own DVDs or CDs.”
What is a SuperDrive?
A SuperDrive is an Optical Drive that can Read and Write both DVD and CD Media with which you can record audio/video, backups and general data to a variety of disc media. In the case of Audio and Video, such discs can also be played back in standard DVD and/or CD Players as well other computer optical drives.
OWC makes it easy to upgrade to fast DVD/CD burners compatible with the latest software, such as Apple iLife, Apple Discburner, Roxio Toast, NTI Dragonburn, and other CD/DVD authoring applications. Superdrives are available immediately from OWC priced starting at $29.99. Online installation guides and videos show users how to quickly install.
For more information please visit the OWC website.