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AdvantagesHard Working and reliable. Can be moved from PC to PC

DisadvantagesDesk space needed because it's external.

...I've owned my external Freecom CD RW for some time now, and it has given me excellent service, even though I have "hammered" it, burning DVD after DVD of years of stockpiled home video footage. Time after time, I have had great results with just one unsuccessful burn, but that was a faulty disk -which happens sometimes. When I first went in search of a DVD Re-writer, I was very tempted by...

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“Modern Classic”

published 29/11/2004

Advantagesfast when running correctly

Disadvantagesquite bulky and noisy

...the Freecom Classic Series 4x 4x 4x, which was a slower version of this one. A colleague broke this one, so I decided to upgrade to something faster. I couldn't have an internal one because of the built in sound card that I have in my PC and I didn't want to upgrade everything just to put a rewriter drive in. I stuck with what I new and purchased the new Freecom Classic Series 52x 24x 52x. It is very...

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AdvantagesFast burning. Excellent sound quality. A household name for good reason.

DisadvantagesNo disadvantages

...Our most recent pack of CD-RW disks was purchased by my husband. He required two for a project for work he needed to complete at home and gave me the rest as I often make hard copies of music to listen to whilst driving and occasionally burn audio story books for my children. In this pack of CD-RW disks there are 25 disks and each have a capacity of 700MB, or 80 minutes of audio. They are not...

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