Techware Labs: Lite-On Blu-Ray Disc Player Review

Techware Labs writes: "Philips and Lite-On Digital Solutions (PLDS) introduces its' first external Blu-ray disc reader (BD-ROM) drive to market. The Lite-On DX-401S allows users to take their BD-ROM everywhere they go to playback high-definition content on different PC's via their USB 2.0 connection. Using a standard USB cable, the consumer can easily connect this new BD-ROM player to almost any computer system providing a convenient way to enjoy Blu-ray disc, DVD, and CD playback on many different PC's. This BD-ROM is able to playback most any optical media including BD-R/RE/ROM - Single-layer or Double-layer media at 4X maximum, Single Layer DVD ±R or DVD-ROM can be read at 12X max, while Double Layer DVD±R and Single Layer DVD±RW can be read at 8X max. CD-R/RW/ROM has a maximum read speed of 32X."

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nieto3593d ago

i already have a PS3, i don't use my comp to see movies.

-Neon-3593d ago

My Lite-on external Dvd player is still going strong, seems this has the same high standard build quality.

azmanmanz3593d ago

Waiting for blu ray rewritable..

etownone3593d ago

i think what gamers want to know is if this work with the 360

wicked3593d ago

no reason it couldn't with a driver update, up to MS. Maybe this is why they were not doing their own blu-ray add on?