Conclusion: Although there is a major jump in the data rate from IDE to SATA, these tests showed that it is not a huge overall improvement. One major benefit to SATA over IDE, I would have to say, is they got rid of Molex connectors.
Pros: Faster speeds, Lower CPU usage, Cleaner looking case, Easy instalation, Software package that is included has very useful applications
Cons: Does not come with Molex-to-SATA power cable converter
Summary: LG's GSA-H62N Serial ATA optical drive comes in black and beige, and supports all three DVD standards (DVD-/+R and
DVD-RAM). Dual layer media is handy if you like to burn videos onto DVD, or want to back up a collection of family digital photos.
Conclusion: With the DVD+RW Alliance announcing the specifications of 12x and even 16x DVD+R DL in the near future, it seems that the DVD scene is not as quiet as those pushing High Definition (HD) formats would hope.
Conclusion: LG proves itself to be one of the leading manufacturers in the optical storage market and has a real winner in the GSA-H62N. This optical storage drive produced some of the best burns of any drive, and what makes it all the more remarkable is that many were at 16X and 18X burning speeds.
Pros: Excellent burning quality, Supports the booktype feature, Fast DVD reader, Good software bundle (Nero Express, InCD, PowerProducer & PowerDVD), Excellent DVD error correction mechanism, SATA interface
Cons: Doesn't support overburning, Not very good CD error correction
Conclusion: LGs GSA-H62N ist ein sehr flotter, sehr leiser und sehr günstiger DVD-Brenner. Einzige Vorraussetzung für den Kauf: Auf Ihrem Mainboard muss noch ein S-ATA-Anschluss frei sein. Dann steht dem Brennvergnügen nichts mehr im Weg.
Pros: Gute Medienkompatibilität, Günstiger Preis, sehr leise, sehr schnell
Cons: Firmwareupdate ist notwendig, Kein LabelFlash oder LightScribe