Reviews and Problems with Apple Macbook Air SuperDrive (MB397)
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A necessary item, I guess
6 April 2011
Conclusion: I know you can get away using a networked CD drive, but I bought a MacBook Air and figured this was a good thing to have. I have used it several times and it is useful. I thought the quality of construction was a little sub-Apple, but its a nice product.
Mac Mini Users --Only Works With Snow Leopard Server OS
Chuck Swaim, MacMall
23 December 2010
Conclusion: My Mac Mini Intel Core Duo 1.66 Ghz’s disc drive died and I was looking for an inexpensive alternative to eek out a little more life in it, so I ordered an Apple MacBook Air SuperDrive. My Mac Mini’s operating system is just regular Snow Leopard.
Summary: As other Apple products, the MacBook Air SuperDrive is very user friendly. Installation is painless. It works well for CD and DVD. I like it being external so that the MacBook Air Laptop can be very light. I do not use the SuperDrive frequently. ...
Summary: When you're out on the road, it's not so easy to borrow the optical drive of another computer. That's why I purchased the superdrive for my macbook air, plus I want to be able to watch dvds on it. It's lightweight and not bulky at all, but nonetheles...
Summary: I recently purchased an iMac 21.5 together with the external Apple SuperDrive optical drive, as optical drives are no longer included in the iMac. It is disappointing however that this external SuperDrive does not permit multisession recording on a CD-R through Disk Utility.