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LG fills its DVD rewriter gap

20X writer now available

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It may seem unbelievable, but until this week LG didn’t have an external 20x DVD rewriter in its product portfolio. So it’s created one to fill the gap.

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LG's GSA-E60N/L: 20x writing speeds

LG’s GSA-E60N/L Super Multi Drive is USB 2.0 powered and writes to DVD±R discs at 20x speed. Other formats are catered for too, such as DVD±RW and DVD-RAM, but the drive’s write speeds then drop slightly to 8x and 12x respectively. The drive also writes to CD-R and CD-RW format discs at up to 48x.

SecurDisc software is included to help ensure your private documents remain, well, private by offering password protection. While the software's digital signature uses authentication keys to help verify the legitimacy of a DVD’s or CD’s data.

The GSA-E60N/L is available in black or sliver and is on sale now in the UK for around £40 (€63/$80).

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