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Thursday, November 15, 2007
Pioneer BDR-202

1. Introduction

Pioneer was one of the first manufacturers to introduce the Blu-ray burning technology. Now Pioneer returns with its second generation Blu-Ray burning drive, the BDR-202 multi-burner. The drive supports up to 12X DVD+/-R media burning, up to 6X for DVD+/-RW, up to 4X for DVD+/-R DL, up to 24X for CDR/RW, up to 4X for BD-R and up to 2X for BDRE. It does not support BDR-DL (50GB) burning though, which was also the case with its predecessor, the BDR-101A.

- Drive Features & Specification

The drive is available in both black and white and uses the SATA 1.0 interface.

Let's take a look at the internal components of the drive. Note that opening the drive case voids the warranty and should be avoided.

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The drive uses the RENESAS R8J32500FPV chip, also found in the Pioneer BDC-202 BD-ROM drive.

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