The struggle continues between Blu-ray and HD DVD but manufacturers are already racing to produce hybrid drives that can support both. One may expect them to be costly but as the new LG GGC-H20L shows, that may not always be the case. Find out how this new hybrid drive fares.
ASUS hopes to bring HD content to the masses by offering a cheaper drive that only has read capabilities for Blu-ray media. It can still write to DVD media however but will it catch on with the public? Read on for our take.
SATA DVD writers are the next logical steps for the optical drive industry, after the increases to 18x and 20x writing speed for DVD media. The LG GSA-H62N is another such drive that brings high speed writing to the SATA interface. It also has one of the fastest write speeds for dual layer media. Read on to find out how it performs.
With a new 18x DVD writer, ASUS has joined the slim ranks of manufacturers who are finally offering SATA based DVD writers. Does having 18x DVD write speed or SATA matter in a future scripted to belong to next generation media like Blu-ray? Let's find out.
If you have an Xbox 360 sitting in your living room acting as a media center, you must get your hands on its external HD DVD drive add-on to complete the full HD experience.
Blu-ray is one small step closer to becoming mainstream, thanks to the publicity generated by Sony's PlayStation 3. The next step is to get the enthusiasts onboard and Sony intends to do that with its new BWU-100A Blu-ray writer. Here's our experience with this drive.
After numerous delays that prompted speculations about its chances of winning the format war against the rival HD DVD standard, Blu-ray drives are starting to appear in the market. We finally managed to get one from LG that is capable of a record 4x Blu-ray write speed. Read on for our impression of this new drive.
Fancy yourself a guru of home videos? Then you'll find the Sony DVDirect VRD-MC1 a godsend for transferring your videos, as we found out in our first look at this external DVD writer.
The winner of the next-gen media format wars may well be decided by the end of the year but the DVD is still very much alive and DVD writers are arguably at their technological peak. LITE-ON's latest 'Super AllWrite' drive exemplifies this. Read on for our thoughts on the LITE-ON SHM-165H6S.