I've not ever checked in to these .. Are FW DVD burners becoming more of a solution for Powerbook / iBook owners who don't have Superdrives, yet want the ability to burn DVDs?<br><br>****************<br>[color:red]Fat people are harder to kidnap</font color=red>
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Although my dual 800 has a super drive I opted for a new LaCie dual layer burner. Couldn't be happier. List price is $189.00, and it will read/burn other formats besides DVD-R, such as DVD+R.<br><br>Do it...<br><br>
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For PowerBook owners who aren't afraid of opening up the case, there are internal replacement drives for just about the same price as an external. Lugging around an external DVD burner seems counter to the reason for owning a laptop in the first place. The drives above keep dropping in price so I may upgrade my TiBook soon.<br><br>
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