expired NU Slim USB External SuperMulti DVD Burner ESW860 $49 + Shipping or Pickup (George St, Sydney)


First Slim USB External DVD Burner under $50, US49.99 at Amazon
NO Extra AC power needed!


Nu Technology ESW860 External DVD-RW will allow you to load all of your CD-Rom/DVD-Rom software to your new Netbook computer that does not have a CD-Rom/DVD optical drive. Simply plug the included USB cable into your computers USB port and you are all set. There are no drivers to load or software to configure making it truly plug-n-play and no external power is required. Once connected to your computers USB port you may also write/burn or create a new CD or DVD effortlessly with the included “Nero” Software.

ESW-860 has 5X speed DVD-RAM, 8X speed DVD+/-R disc writing, 8X speed DVD+RW / 6X speed DVD-RW disc writing, 8X speed DVD-ROM disc reading, 4X speed DVD+/-R Double Layer writing, 24X speed CD-R disc writing, 24X speed CD-RW disc writing and 24X speed CD-ROM disc reading capabilities.

Offical web: http://www.nu-global.com/product.aspx?cid=C_00000005&ccid=C_...

NO Extra AC power needed!

Mod edit - added location for instore pickup.

Retail Store:
T33-T38, Level 1 Capitol Square
730 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
(pickup in store for certain product is available, after email confirmation only)

Store Opening Times :
Monday 10.30-6.30
Tuesday – Friday 10.00-6.30
Saturday-Sunday 11.00-6.00

OnLine Computer

Related Store: OnLine Computer

closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    One year warranty.
    Shipping would spoil the bargain for me:
    $10.75 to Sydeney
    $16.45 to Melbourne & Brisbane!!!
    Seems a good price for a no-name drive if you can go instore @ Sydney CBD.

    • +1 vote

      Have to agree, was about to buy then the shipping killed it for me too

  • +1 vote

    Thanks i bought one (george st sydney pickup).

    after the nightmare i had with trying to integrate AHCI drivers into a windows xp installation to install from USB for my netbook, after sleepless nights i found a workaround. don't want to go through that again. $50 well spent.

    • +1 vote

      you mean, don't forget Dealextreme offerings that will take weeks to get here, hard to claim a warranty if it exists, possibly worse quality :)


        Well in this case it's more than possibly as it's probably worse quality, but at the end of the day I don't see why it wouldn't work okay.


    dont buy anything big from dealextreme, it took 4 months for me to get a replacement xbox controller that worked