Plextor launches 12x Blu-ray burner PX-B940SA

Plextor PX-B940SAPlextor launched internal Blu-ray DVD re-writer PX-B940SA, which writes at  12-speed (BD-R DL/SL),  using Serial ATA interface

Rudy de Meirsman, Sales & Marketing Manager of Plextor Europe, says: “As Blu-ray is becoming the de-facto standard for consumer players, within PCs and even laptops, volumes rise and technology accelerates. Plextor is showing its continued innovative ability to stay on top of the optical market – bringing out the latest Blu-ray technology in an extremely high quality and high reliability package.”

Plextor PX-B940SA

The PX-B940SA uses the latest Blu-ray technology and also a highly versatile dual-layer DVD drive that combines multiple formats – DVD R/RW and RAM – into one. It can accept both 12cm and 8cm discs (in the horizontal position) and has a large 8MB buffer to ensure there is no data interruption. Write speeds: 12x BD-R DL/SL, 2x BD-RE, 16x DVD+R/-R, 8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+/-R DL, 5x DVD-RAM, 40x CD-R and 24x CD-RW.

Plextor PX-B940SA

The Plextor PX-B940SA will be available from November 2009.

Software is included: InterVideo WinDVD 8, Ulead MusicFactory 5 and Ulead Burn.NOW 4.5

Plextor PX-B940SA

specifications & features

Interface SATA
Loading mechanism Tray
Buffer Size 4 MB
Writing speed
BD-R (SL/DL) 12x
BD-R LtH 6x
BD-RE SL 2x
BD-RE DL 2x
BD-RE LtH
BD-ROM (SL/DL)
DVD+/-R DL 8x
DVD+/-R 16x
DVD+RW 8x
DVD-RW 6x
DVD-RAM (read & write) 5x
DVD-ROM SL
DVD-ROM DL
CD-R 40x
CD-RW 24x
CD-ROM
Reading speed
BR-R (SL/DL) 8x
BR-R LtH 6x
BD-RE SL 8x
BD-RE DL 6x
BD-RE LtH 6x
BD-ROM (SL/DL) 8x
DVD+/-R DL 12x
DVD+/-R 16x
DVD+RW 12x
DVD-RW 12x
DVD-RAM (read & write) 5x
DVD-ROM SL 16x
DVD-ROM DL 12x
CD-R 40x
CD-RW 24x
CD-ROM 40x

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