Companies like CenDyne and Pacific Digital are known as rebadgers. In other words, they are just distributors of drives made by various drive manufacturers. They are known for changing manufacturers in mid-stream without warning, so the true manufacturer may not be known until the box is opened.
In the case of rebadged LiteOn drives, usually the retail packaging will have the SmartBurn logo or description. Smartburn is a LiteOn trademark so you will be assured that the box will contain a LiteOn.
Buying a rebadged drive sometimes is economical if large rebates are offered, but a true LiteOn brand drive is not expensive to begin with.
If you're a big spender, you can get the full retail boxed LiteOn LTR-52246S at newegg.com LiteOn Drives
for $53.00 shipped.
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