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Introducing the Ultimate External DVD and CD Burner

Your search for a top-tier external DVD and CD burner ends here. Behold the USB 3.0/Type-C combo drive that opens up a world of possibilities for you. It's not just a DVD drive; it's your ticket to watching DVD movies, effortlessly burning files and videos to CDs/DVDs, installing software, creating backup discs, and so much more.

Key Features:

  • Wide Compatibility: This versatile drive is compatible with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10, Linux, and all versions of MAC OS. For desktops, simply connect it to a USB port on the motherboard.

  • Plug & Play: Say goodbye to complicated installations. Just plug it into your USB port, and the DVD driver will be automatically detected, kicking off your seamless journey.

  • High-Speed Performance: Powered by advanced burning technology, this drive supports various disc formats, including DVD+R, DVD-R, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW. Experience blazing-fast speeds with a maximum DVD read speed of 8X and a maximum CD read speed of 24X, along with a maximum CD burn speed of 8X. It's compatible with USB 3.0 and backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.0, delivering lightning-fast data transmission speeds (up to 5Gbps). Enjoy lag-free, distortion-free music and movie playback.

  • Portable, Slim, & Compact: Designed with convenience in mind, this drive features an embedded cable design and a slim, lightweight body. It's the perfect companion for your on-the-go lifestyle.

  • Multifunctional: Thanks to intelligent burning technology, you have full control over reading, writing, and burning your discs. The pop-up button and disc tray design make it incredibly convenient to use, whether you're reading or writing data to your discs.

Elevate your disc-burning experience with our USB 3.0/Type-C combo drive. It's not just a drive; it's a versatile tool that opens up a world of possibilities for you. Say hello to high-speed, hassle-free disc handling and bid farewell to the limitations of traditional optical drives.