The choice of optical drives has become so wide that you should think twice before buying a new one.
First you need to decide which media you want to play and burn. The most common drives can both read and burn DVDs and CDs. However, you might need a Blu-ray drive to play back your high-definition movie collection. If you want to burn your own movies to Blu-Rays or backup your data, we have Blu-Ray burners in our shop.
If you don't want to play or burn optical media at all, but want to expand the memory of your notebook, we also offer adapters. With these you can use a hard disk instead of your optical drive. With an additional adapter you can use your optical drive externally.
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The connection and design of drives are basically standardized. All modern drives use a so-called Slim-SATA connector, which is almost identical to that of hard drives.
In addition, there are still differences in the height of optical drives in notebooks. Thus one differentiates between Slim and Ultra Slim.
Besides the normal drives, where the medium is placed on a carrier, which is then pulled in, there are also slotloading variants, which have no carrier. However, these are rare in notebooks.
If you are not sure which drive fits into your notebook, our spare part finder will help you.
Our spare part finder will help you find exactly the right drive for your notebook, so you don't accidentally buy the wrong part. In addition, we have matching models for almost every notebook in stock, so we can deliver quickly and you have a fully functional notebook again.