Capable of supporting all major DVD and CD formats on the market — including DVD+R+RW, DVD-R/-RW and DVD-RAM — this new drive comes with a suite of software. This includes the vendor’s DVD Solutions Wizard, Automatic Backup, HotBurn Pro, Sonic MyDVD for video-editing Sonic Cineplayer for video playback, MusicMatch Jukebox for music management and ActiveShare photo management. The drive has buffer under-run protection for more reliable recording and 24x digital audio extraction for ripping audio files. Two hours of high quality DVD video can be captured on a 4.7GB disc and up to 700MB of video, music or image data on a CD disc. The Iomega Super DVD Drive is distributed by Tech Pacific, Ingram Micro and Alloys.
RRP: Internal $499; external $699.