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lummox

puter question: cheap cd r/w worthwhile?

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i would like a cd r/w thing. prices vary from like $45 to $300. is a cheap one good enough for putting together music cds for road trips?

i be lookin at staples btw.

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The cheap one works for me... It's all digital, but speed might be worth paying a little extra for.

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If you're not set in stone to Staples, you could get better quality for pretty comperable prices online at say Newegg.com or something. The risk you usually run with cheap CD-RWs is bad burns, but with a high-speed burner and the low cost of blanks, it's really more an annoyance factor.

 

For myself, my three pics for CD-RW drives: Lite-On, Yamaha, and Plextor (the King Pimp of CD-RWs).

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