Is this a Liteon?

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#1

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=38919 A new 48X burner for under 65 quid! A bargain.


#2

I take it no one knows then?


#3

No its not, it clearly says there Traxdata.

Alam


#4

It looks exactly like my x48 liteon except for the stickers. Hope thats what you wanted to hear


#5

TraxDate doesn’t make their own drives and they just take drives from other manufacturers and put their name on it. As this drive has Smartburn listed as a feature, it is very likely to be a Lite-On indeed. You can be 99,9% sure about that.


#6

Actually you can be 100% certain that it is a Lite-ON. :slight_smile:


#7

Alam your answer was so funny i nearly fell off the floor laughing.

Thank you everyone, thank you very much. I do not need the drive for its SD2 facilitys as i dont back up items that use that product (although it might be usefull in the future if this feature is present), i do however own a Liteon and i have never had an ounce of trouble with it and the rebadged Traxdata is nearly £20 cheaper than the equivelant Liteon! Thank you once again :slight_smile: I know the Smartburn was a give away but it wasnt beyond the relms of possibility for Liteon to licence the technology was it?

Edit, it gets better, the drive has dropped below £59


#8

And I thought Lite-On where cheap… :slight_smile:


#9

It says SmartBurn so it must be a Liteon :slight_smile:


#10

ok ok my fault didn’t look at the small pic, yes i admit it does look my litey too, for that price, all i can say is go for it.

Alam


#11

:o I thought you was having a laugh mate LOL