There isn’t really anywhere in the performance that this drive falters, and that's all that counts. It's well priced for a retail drive and comes with a good software bundle, which includes Nero 7 Essentials. While the burning software is great, it does lack tweaking tools (such as the ones offered in BenQ's Qsuite utility for its own drives), however, this won’t bother most users.
Price$ 99.00 (AUD)
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