Plextor presents PX-LB950SA 12x Blu-ray burner

Plextor Europe intros a new internal 12X Blu-ray writer, that allows a single-layer 25 GB Blu-ray disc to be recorded in under 12 minutes.

The PX-LB950SA features low vibration mechanism, which reduces unwanted noise and increases data accuracy writing, and have a special chassis design, that eliminates voids and smooth’s airflow, for more effective motor cooling and better protection from overheating. The burner has a SATA interface, 8MB, feature LightScribe technology and comes with CyberLink’s PowerDVD 9 BD Suit and PlexUtilities software for drive tuning.

Plextor PX-LB950SA 12x Blu-ray writer

Maximum Read/Write speeds for the PX-LB950SA:

Media
BD-R
BD-R DL
BD-RE/ BD-RE DL
BD-ROM SL/DL
DVD±R
DVD±R DL
DVD±RW
Max. Speed 12X 8X 2X 8X 16X 8X 8X
Media
DVD-RW
DVD-RAM
DVD-ROM
CD-R
CD-RW
CD-ROM
Max. Speed 6X 12X 16X 48X 24X 48X

The PX-LB950SA is available in Europe from November for an estimated price of €179.

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