The front of the Lite-On box has a pretty calm blue and white setup going on that lets you clearly know that we're dealing with a Blu-ray drive of some sort. The top of the box mentions the brand while below that we have the BR logo along with a blurb saying "Enjoy High-Definition Blu-ray movies on your PC." Moving below the half way mark we have a picture of the External Drive and below that we have mention that the drive is in fact an External 4x BD-ROM.
Moving around the box we have some more information on the drive. One side offers us a bit of a blurb while the other gives us a run down on all the features that are on offer along with what's included in the box and the system requirements to get up and running.
The top of the box again mentions the line about enjoying BD movies on your PC and shows another picture of the drive along with mention of what it is exactly.
Inside the package we find the standard line-up of installation guides along with a power connector, USB cable, copy of Power DVD and a stand for the drive to mount it vertically.
The box that Lite-On have designed is really nice and calming with a bundle that you would pretty much expect out of a ROM drive.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [The Package]
- Page 3 [The Drive and Specifications]
- Page 4 [Test System and Nero Disc Speed]
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