Plextor PX-B940SA Internal 12X BD Writer

Jan 20th, 2010 | By Simon

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The PX-B940SA product page is available here for more information on the drive but the key information is reprinted below.

The PX-B940SA internal 12X BD Writer is the fastest Blu-ray writing speed available in the market today. It provides you with a convenient solution for Blu-ray playback, while simultaneously offering increased storage capacity with BD writing capabilities.

The PX-B940SA can store up to 50GB of data on a single double-layer BD disc, equivalent to 9 hours High-Definition (HD) video or 23 hours of standard definition video. It is capable of recording and playing back today’s most popular media formats including Blu-ray, DVD, and CD. It writes up to 12X BD-R DL/SL, 2X BD-RE; reads & writes up to 16X DVD+R/-R, 8X DVD+RW, 6X DVD-RW, 8X DVD+/-R DL, 5X DVD-RAM, 40X CD-R and 24X CD-RW.

Bundled with CyberLink’s TrueTheater HD technology, you can easily boost DVD video and audio quality to achieve HD-like results and smoother playback. The software turns standard content into HD-quality images, by up-scaling video resolution from 480p to 1080p. You can now enjoy high definition movies on your PC-based home theater.

The Latest Technology

  • Supports Blu-ray Disc writing speed up to 12X

  • Stores up to 50GB on a double-layer BD disc, or 25GB on a single-layer BD disc
  • Stores up to 9 hours High-Definition (HD) or 23 hours of standard definition video on a single double-layer BD disc
  • Converts standard definition DVD content to high definition quality images with TrueTheater technology


Reliability and Robustness

  • Low Vibration mechanism design improves overall writing accuracy

  • Supports a wide array of BD, DVD, and CD archive and playback
  • SATA interface for better performance & compatibility

Creative & Fun

  • Comprehensive Cyberlink BD Suite software included – authoring and burning, data archiving, disc playback, slideshow creation, video editing, and more

  • Enjoy picture-perfect quality and digital surround sound on your PC-based home-theater system

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