DVD Writer for Acer Aspire 5739

DVD Writer for Acer Aspire 5739
DVD Writer for Acer Aspire 5739
45.00 EUR

incl. Tax (16%)
plus shipping charges
 In stock.

Features for: DVD Writer for Acer Aspire 5739

Common data

Condition

  New

Manufacturer

  Lite-on / Philips

Technical Data

Type

  DVD Writer

Type of construction

  Slimline

Interface

  S-ATA

Mechanism

  Tray

Height

  12.7 mm

Front bezel fixation

  GBAS

Delivery includes

  Black universal GBASE bezel

Reading speed

Readable CD-ROM

  24x

Readable DVD-ROM

  8x

Writing speed

Recordable CD-R

  24x

Recordable CD-RW

  24x

Recordable DVD+R

  8x

Recordable DVD+R DL

  6x

Recordable DVD+RW

  8x

Recordable DVD-R

  8x

Recordable DVD-R DL

  6x

Recordable DVD-RAM

  5x

Recordable DVD-RW

  6x

Note

For optimal use you need a burning software, which not is included.

You have to convert the front panel from your old drive to the new one, please note that your old front panel has the same design as on the enlarged picture above. To realise a fast delivery it is important that you write in the following text box whether you have compared your bezel with the picture.

GBAS Blende

This is a replacement drive. Instructions: If your drive is not already installed or a dummy  card is used in your laptop – you need additional parts to use this drive

The drive is supplied with a black straight universal (GBASE) front panel.

Category

Category

  Optical drives

Usage

  Laptop


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Hier erklären wir die Vorteile und Voraussetzungen beim Einsatz eines Blue-Ray Laufwerks in Ihrem Notebook.

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Frequently asked questions about Optical Drives

  • I have a DVD-burner in my Notebook, can I exchange it for a Blu-Ray burner?

    This is technically possible, although there are a few things you need to consider.

    First your DVD drive needs to be connected via SATA and not PATA, because that is what all Blu-Ray drives use. Second you should test, whether your system meets the requirements of playing a Blu-Ray with a tool like BD & 3D Advisor by Cyberlink.

  • What does GBAS stand for?

    Optical drive manufacturers used o use different types of bezels for their drives, which made it hard wo find one for your drive. That is why the ?General Bezel Assembling Standard? has been created, now most bezels should fit on most optical drives.

  • What optical can be installed in my Notebook?

    Which optical drive can be installed in your Notebook depends on three factors

    Which connection type is used? (SATA or PATA)

    What height of optical drive is used? (Slim 12,5mm or SuperSlim 9,5mm)

    Does your laptop meet the System requirements?

    SATA drives can not be used with a PATA controller and vice versa.

     Before installing your new optical drive, make sure you attached the mounting bracket from the old drive to the new one.

    Most optical drives are sold without a bezel, make sure you attach the old one to the new drive.

    With the tool BD & 3D Advisor you can check whether your System has enough performance to play Blu-Rays.          

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