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Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Buffalo To Release First USB 3.0 External Blu-Ray Burner


Buffalo plans to release the "BR3D-12U3" Blu-ray disc next month in Japan. The external drive has a USB 3.0 interface and supports playback of Blu-ray 3D content.

In addition, the company will release the internal "BR3D-12FBS-BK" (SATA) drive in June.

The external "BR3D-12U3" USB 3.0 Blu-ray burner supports playback of Blu-ray 3D and 2D content using Cyberlink's PowerDVD 9 software bundled with the drive. The burner can be connected to either a USB 2.0 or the ultra-fast USB 3.0 interface. The burner is also capable to write BD?R LTH discs up to 6x, BD-R Single or Dual Layer at 12x (USB 3.0 connection - with specific 6X BD-R media) BD-RE single layer or Dual Layer and read BD-ROM single layer at 6x and dual-layer at 8x. Other writing speeds include 16x for DVDR, 8x for DVDR DL/+RW 6x for DVD-RW, 5x for DVD-RAM, 40x for CD-R and 24x for CD-RW.

The BR3D-12U3 will retail in Japan next month at a suggested retail price of 39,100 YEN (US $433.2). The internal version of the drive (BR3D-12FBS-BK SATA) will be available at the same time for 28,500 YEN (US $315.8)



Write (max)
Read (max)
BD-R SL LTH
6x
6x
BD-R SL
12x
8x
BD-R DL
12x
8x
BD-RE SL
2x
8x
BD-RE DL
2x
6x
BD-ROM SL
6x
BD-ROM DL
8x
DVD-RAM
5x
5x
DVD-ROM SL
16x
DVD-ROM DL
12x
DVD-R/+R SL
16x
16x
DVD-R/+R DL
8x
12x
DVD-RW
6x
12x
DVD+RW
8x
12x
CD-ROM
40x
CD-R
40x
40x
CD-RW
24x
24x
Interface
USB3.0, USB2.0
Size
W220 x H50 x D160mm
Weight
About 1.2kg


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