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BlitzWolf BW-VD2 External Blu-Ray DVD Drive 3D 4K Player USB3.0+Type-C Ports for WIN/MAC US$68.99 or A$90.53 @ Banggood

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Specification:

Model BW-VD2

Optical Drive Type Touch Pop-up

Operating System Linux, Windows xp, for Mac os

Reading Speed CD-R: 24X, CD-RW: 16X, DVD-R: 8X, DVD+R: 8X, DVD-RAM: 5X, DVD-RW: 4X, DVD+RW: 4X, BD-ROM: 6X, BD-R: 6X, BD-RE: 2X

Burning Speed CD-R: 24X, CD-RW: 16X, DVD-R: 8X, DVD+R: 8X, DVD-RAM: 5X, DVD-RW: 4X,DVD+RW: 4X, BD-ROM: 6X, BD-R: 6X, BD-RE: 2X,

Cache Size 2MB

Loading Blu-ray Burning

Interface USB 3.0,Type C, Micro B

Material Plastic

Item Dimensions 14914821mm

Net Weight 420g

Features:

  1. Support Blue-ray Recording and Playback, Blu-ray DVD presents more high definition image than normal DVD.

  2. Blu-ray recorder can read Blu-ray and ordinary optical disc, downward compatible with DVD, VCD, CD and other formats.

  3. USB3.0 + Type-C Ports, Fast Transmission; Up to 5Gbps transmission, Ensure stable and speedy working performance.

  4. Plug and play now, Just set up DVD/CD, connect USB to computer/laptop.

  5. Elegant Style + Attractive Light; Layers of water waves design makes the product more eye-catching.

  6. Compatible with laptop, desktop PC,for Mac, for MacBook Air/Pro, Windows XP/7/8/10 and for Mac OS.

  7. High Quality, Perfect Performance; Latest HD Recording Technology.

  8. Portable to carry for business trip.

Note:
*Support 3D Player and enjoy the 4K clarity(but Blu-ray DVD does not support playing 4K Ultra HD CD)

Package Included:

1* BlitzWolf®BW-VD2 External Blu-Ray DVD Player

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Comments

  • Which drive is inside?

    Looking for uhd friendly.

  • Nice deal OP. Cost me more than this to put my BD drive into an external case.

  • So can't play UHD disc, right?

  • "Note:
    *Support 3D Player and enjoy the 4K clarity(but Blu-ray DVD does not support playing 4K Ultra HD CD"

    So it's just a Blu-ray player recorder. Not a 4K player. A bit misleading there!!

    Cheapest portable slim 4K writer and player is this one.https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07MTP9VKX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_A8G81877YC3K7E1W0XAS

    Choose Amazon UK as seller to get it at $175.95.

    • That's not just misleading it's an outright lie. The term 4k should not be in there at all! Neg required.

    • sorry I'm a noob to this. So, if I'm understanding correctly, basically is the difference between the two, that the Banggood one can't play media directly if connected to a TV and this Verbatim one can?

      • I mean just by looking at the pictures you can see there are not TV's involved here at all.

      • None of them can play Bluray directly to the tv. You need to connect it to a laptop or PC and use a Bluray media player to play Bluray disc. Last time I checked VLC Player works fine but required some special Bluray file to be downloaded from their website.

        • So whats the difference between the BG player and the Verbatim one?

          • @starbearer: Capabilities.
            One actually supports UHD (4K), others one not necessarily.

            If you're buying it with the intention of watching Blu-ray on your computer, don't bother unless you're willing to go down a massive rabbit hole to get it working (it's not straight forward like DVD due to heavy protection etc. Only certain programs that you have to pay for can legally play Blu-ray discs on computer).

            Instead just buy an actual Blu-ray player/bluray gaming console, or save yourself the hassle and stream or something.

  • enjoy the 4K clarity

  • I don't know why some people are complaining about this deal. Op just copied the ad from the website. Yes, the ad is a bit silly as this drive has nothing to do with 4K clarity.
    What is important though is that this inexpensive Blu-Ray / DVD Drive does the job which some people need, e.g. it can play and burn DVDs and Blu-Rays.
    In fact if you have some really valuable data (for instance photos and videos) which you want to save and store for many years, burning it to Blu-Ray will be much safer option than saving to the SSD or HDD.

    • +1 vote

      In fact if you have some really valuable data (for instance photos and videos) which you want to save and store for many years, burning it to Blu-Ray will be much safer option than saving to the SSD or HDD.

      Don't do this, there's every chance the burnt Blu-ray won't be readable in 10 or 20 years, just like the multitude of 1990s-2000s CDRs that aren't readable today.

      If you really want to be sure you can still see your JPGs then upload them to multiple cloud providers, and hope one of them survives as long as you…

      • a lot depends on the quality of the discs used to store - 20 years in the clouds means every one will have had access to it all for…..20 years or more…