Scour wrote:Yes, I think the same.
Maybe Plextor release some interesting features and maybe the drive works with Plextools?
In addition, the drive comes with a software package which suits all user requirements. It includes Nero 7 Essentials OEM suite (including Nero Express 7), and Plextools Professional LE which offers more features and options for advanced users.
aviationwiz wrote:Well, if anyone could deliver interesting features, it sure would be Plextor, but Plextor and "good price" even in the same sentence? Don't make me laugh too hard.
- 2 year Fast Warranty Service (in EU, Norway and Switzerland: Collect & Return)
- 1 year in other countries
Scour wrote:Plextors last products wasn´t that good, so a NEC-drive with Plextor-FW and software are maybe better in some points than original Plextors
712A, 755A and 760A were great drives. The 716 series was somewhat problematic. I like the Plextor-only features like GigaRec and AutoStrategy, and being able to use the full range of functions in PlexTools.
ItalianJob wrote:712 was not a great drive as I remember ... 716 was far better, after a real bad start.
The best Plextor to me is the PX-740 (when crossflashed to BenQ DW1640 )
Ian wrote:At first I thought it might be Lite-On but after looking at the bezel more closely, I think its based on a Sony NEC Optiarc design.
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