Plextor Boosts DVD+R Double-Layer Recording Speed to 10X
Plextor has announced the PX-755UF DVD±R/RW CD-R/RW drive. Bundled with PlexTools Professional software premium features, the latest Plextor drive achieves high-quality recording at optimum speeds using any media.
The new PX-755UF DVD/CD drive is the first Plextor external drive to feature 10X DVD+R Double-Layer recording speed. Users can quickly burn up to four hours of high-quality MPEG-2/DVD video on a single 8.5 GB disc using 10X DVD+R Double-Layer media (or 6X DVD-R on Dual Layer media). This makes the Plextor PX-755UF ideal for home users who want to record onto DVD disc digital movies purchased and downloaded from Internet sites such as Amazon, iTunes, and YouTube.
The PX-755UF drive delivers state-of-the-art DVD recording speeds of 16X DVD±R on single-layer media, 10X DVD+R on Double-Layer media, and 6X DVD-R on Dual-Layer media. The drive also supports 8X DVD+RW, 6X DVD-RW, 16X max DVD-ROM, 48X CD-R, 24X CD-RW, and 48X max CD-ROM.
The external PX-755UF features a dual interface with Hi-Speed USB and IEEE 1394 (FireWire), enabling users to share a single external high-performance DVD/CD burner among multiple Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows-based PCs. Burst data transfer rates of 480 Mbps (USB) or 400 Mbps (FireWire) allow a user to burn a 4.7 GB DVD+R disc in approximately six minutes. The PX-755UF drive features a 2 MB buffer and Buffer Underrun Proof Technology to prevent buffer underrun errors and allow multi-tasking.
Plextor's bundled software package offers ease-of-use and extensive functionality for Windows computers. All Plextor drives currently ship with the award-winning Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 software suite for burning video, music, photos, and data to DVD or CD.
The PX-755UF also includes PlexTools Professional software, a package of six premium features that allow users to control powerful functions with an easy-to-use interface. Plextor premium features include AUTOSTRATEGY, PoweRec, PlexEraser, SecureRecording, GigaRec, Q-Check, VariRec, and SilentMode.
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