ASUS DRW-2014L1T LightScribe Multi DVD-Writer Review

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The ASUS DRW-2014L1T is fast and burns most media with good quality.

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A historic review - Benq advanced CD scans at last. And the Lite-On scans also so a comparison with previous reviews can be made. It shows just how different the results can be between Benq & Lite-On, and that the difference varies significantly. So useful that it makes me want to go away and have yet another cry about Benq not making their excellent scanning drives any more.

I love this drive. I think I’ve gone through probably 400-500 DVD-R’s and have only had about 5-10 bad burns; however, these were more likely due to Nero being as crazy as its namesake emperor. Taiyo Yuden DVD-R 4.7GB, 16X, Silver Lacquer disks + this drive have always burned at 20x without a hitch. That’s quality above and beyond their advertising. If you have this drive and are having problems, chances are good that you’ve either got crap disks or crap software. I have one gripe, though about this drive: I can’t friggen figure out how to change the faceplate from black to “putty”! Oh, bother… that sucks. Well, I guess I’m damned! hahaha! No, really… this drive when paired with quality disks like Taiyo Yuden and good software (I’m currently using Nero 8) makes for trouble-free burning.