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BDXL Discs & Reader/Burner

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#1 Campo1988


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Posted 17 December 2016 - 06:23 PM


I am having confusing trouble trying to find a decent external BDXL reader and writer combo with compatible BDXL discs.

Can someone recommend to me a website which sells both external a BDXL reader/writer combo and compatible BDXL discs, please? I have looked and I found Amazon, among others who I've not heard of before, but it comes up with so much extra CD+ CD- CD-R CD-RW DVD+ DVD- DVD-R DVD-RW BD+ BD- BD-R BD-RW BDXL+ BDXL- BDXL-R BDXL-RW superswipe full calliber 9.5" shotgun ammo sooper-dooper-technical-termser double-coat hot wax for fine liners on your sportscat and dilithium crystals for your hyperspace warp... stuff. If it is BD, then it is better than DVD; CD; Tape Cassette; Vinyl; VHS; Betamax; etc., so there's no need to mention everything else.

Can you please show me a simple, clear link to a reputable external BDXL reader/writer with compatible BDXL discs, without all of the extra things? If it's possible, could you include the BDXL discs to be 128 GB rather than 100 GB? From what I read, it seems that 100 GB discs are more likely to be used than 128 GB ones.

The reason I need this is because my external 2 TB WD Elements drive has started to not want to work properly, and I fear I will lose all of my data on it soon, so I need somewhere else to store my things, and so I decided on BDXL discs.

Please and thanks.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 18 December 2016 - 05:01 PM



Possibly Enlightening .



Edited by hamluis, 18 December 2016 - 05:13 PM.

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