I recently purchased an external enclosure/multifunction device called the DVD BurnAway from Delkin Devices. It’s intended for standalone burning of portable media cards such as CF, SD, etc. directly to DVD or CD. Specs claimed the run of the mill DVD+/-R/RW support, but when I received it, there was a bonus: Included in the unit (which is actually an external USB enclosure on steroids–supports standalone DVD playback/MP3, etc.) is a removable laptop DVD burner–but not just any burner. It’s the brand new Toshiba/Samsung SD-R6472 Double Layer burner!
Below is the screenshot from Nero InfoTool (I’ve manually erased the serial number). I intend to upgrade it to the newer 51-level firmware (available on the Toshiba Europe website). I’ll post some scans soon. I’m very interested in its quality, especially with the new firmware which claims to be a large improvement and sports the now-common 4X DL burning speeds.