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Buffalo BR-PX68U2
6.3 out of 10

Buffalo BR-PX68U2

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Reviews and Problems with Buffalo BR-PX68U2

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Overall 2
2.0

Don't Buy

Charles H., Newegg
31 July 2012
  • Pros: Plays dvds
  • Cons: Does not play blu ray movies. I have tried 15 different blu ray movies and none work.
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Overall 2
2.0

Thanks to Buffalo for responding to earlier comments, but it still doesn't work

Kyle H., Newegg
29 November 2011
  • Pros: When it works with a disk, it is flawless. Great for backing up data.
  • Cons: This is in response to a Buffalo tech adding comments to my earlier post. Thanks for you response to my comments at Newegg. The only problem is I am using the software from your included disk but my Gateway, HP, IBM and Acer don't recognize a disk in the drive and therefore, neither does the Cybe...
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Overall 2
2.0

Slow as Death!

Craig B., Newegg
15 July 2011
  • Summary: Tried burning 16 GB to a BluRay disk that I received free with this drive and Nero estimated 32 HOURS! but then it failed about half way! Tried again and failed once more! Piece of Junk, stay away from USB BluRay burners. I'm guessing USB just can't handle the bandwidth needed.
  • Pros: Small, sleek design.
  • Cons: This thing is slower than floppy drive, and that's if it completes a burn without errors. Requires power supply to be plugged in to operate, so much for portability.
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Overall 2
2.0

Useless for many movies

Kyle H., Newegg
29 June 2011
  • Summary: If you want it for data storage, this is a great drive. If you want to use it to watch movies, it is near useless and there is little to zero support on website.
  • Pros: When it works with a movie, it is flawless. Burning to both DVD and Blu-Ray was great.
  • Cons: 2/3's of the Blu-Ray movies I have tried to run in it to watch movies on my Acer W500 aren't even recognized as a disk by windows. No drivers from Buffalo, so you are stuck with the old Microsoft BR driver native to Windows 7.
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