Summary: Purchased my Lacie drive from a secondary vendor and thus far this drive has worked perfectly. Build quality is unparelled by other manufacturers, with aluminum outer case. I will admit price is more than most other drives when compared with similar features however given the reliability of the...
Summary: I wanted a Blu-Ray burner to archive some Photos and Music and Videos I have, which I wanted to clear off my hard drives. I wanted it to have a FireWire connection, because USB2-- in my opinion-- gets bogged down and is extremely slow. This unit did the trick...
Summary: I heard the LaCie was the best quality Blu-ray recorder, was compatible with both Windows and Mac,and was the only one that also offered firewire in addition to USB. In addition, the LaCie is built very well and runs cool. So the LaCie has earned its reputation.
Summary: I am very happy with this drive. It's faster at burning normal DVDs than the internal drive in my iMac. The bundled Roxio software is an ok burning program which has worked well on my iMac creating Blu-ray discs, it's just a little limited for me.
Summary: I have the unit connected via FW400 to a Mac Pro 1st Gen machine. The unit burns blu-ray including LTH disks with no problems observed whatsoever. The unit has a Pioneer BDR-206 drive inside it. The only problems I have with it is it's high price and that it lacks FW800 capability.
Summary: The good Comes with great pack-in software! They give you a Full copy of Toast 10 Titanium complete with Tivo DVR integration and Blu-Ray plug-in extensions, plus some cool tools to aid in creating archival backups and a Remote Burn app that allows anyone on the network to burn to this shared BD-R.
Summary: I never take the time to review the stuff I get. This however, has been great. I literally plugged it in to my MacBook Pro ( I did have Toast Titanium already installed) and started burning Blu-Ray disks. It's relatively fast, and so far all discs have played.