Buffalo outs USB 3.0 Blu-ray Burner

Buffalo Technology launched its external Blu-ray USB 3.0 drive in Europe, which offers burn speeds of up to 12x Blu-ray- BD-R SL/DL disk and up to 6x Blu-ray using a USB 2.0 connection with TurboUSB technology.

The drive also writes  BD-RE SL/DL at 2x, DVD+/-R at 16x, DVD+/-R DL at 8x, DVD-RW at 6x, DVD+RW at 8x and CD-R/RW at up to 40x and comes with CyberLink Media Suite Software, which  allows you to converts regular movies to into 3D and upscales your DVDs and video files to HD quality.

Buffalo BR3D-12U3

Paul Hudson, Sales Director for Northern Europe at Buffalo Technology comments: “As USB 3.0 is gaining ground and sophisticated digital media like HD and 3D are evolving, there is an increased demand for access to these combined technologies. Buffalo Technology recognises this demand and understands the importance of delivering this technology simply and affordably. The new USB 3.0 Blu-ray burner provides early adopters with a USB 3.0 plug-n-play solution for superfast burning and the best possible play back of Blu-ray, as well as 3D and HD.”

The Buffalo Blu-ray USB 3.0 drive’s RRP is £199.99

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