DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load)

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DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load)

DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load)

  • Archive all your photos, videos and files for life on Blu-ray disc using your PC or Mac with REWIND
  • Create and Play your own HD Blu-Ray Movies on PC
  • Self charging internal battery for convenient single USB connection
  • Over 0.00 in Free Media and Software Included with Purchase
  • Features BD-R/RE XL support for 25GB, 50GB, 100GB and 128GB recordable blu-ray discs

Over 0.00 in Free Media and Software Included with Purchase:
– Arcsoft TotalMediaExtreme 2 Blu-ray suite for Windows (9.98 value)
– REWIND Archiving Software for PC and Mac (.99 value)

– Free 25GB Archive for Life Writable Blu-ray disc

Blu-ray made easy
Use ArcSoft TotalMediaExtreme2 software for Windows to create your own Blu ray movies in full high definition!
REWIND is an easy to use data storage application to archive all your digital assets.

Archive for life

When you archive your life using REWIND you can relax, your precious digital files are safe.

Whether you are on PC or Mac, you can Archive your digital assets to DIGISTOR Archive for Life Blu-ray discs, available in 25GB, 50GB, and 100GB BDXL discs.

It just works

The DIGISTOR External Blu-ray burner is the only blu-ray burner in the world that integrates a Li-Poly battery to ensure the cleanest burn.

Designed for truly mobile use with a Single USB c

List Price: $ 199.00

Price: $ 129.00

NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac by PNY 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Gen 2 x16 DVI-I DL, DisplayPort and Stereo OpenGL, DirectX (Boot Camp), CUDA and OpenCL Profesional Graphics Board, VCQ4000MAC-PB

NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac by PNY 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Gen 2 x16 DVI-I DL, DisplayPort and Stereo OpenGL, DirectX (Boot Camp), CUDA and OpenCL Profesional Graphics Board, VCQ4000MAC-PB

  • Chipset: Quadro 4000 Video Memory: 2GB DDR5
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit Bus: PCI-Express 2.0 x16 RAMDAC: 400 MHz
  • Stream Processors units: 256 Memory Bandwidth: 89.6 GB/s
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600 Connectors: DVI-I; DisplayPort Thermal: Fansink
  • Support Microsoft Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ Mac OS X 10.6.5 or later with MacPro3,1, MacPro4,1 or MacPro5,1 or later
  • Support HDCP – High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
  • Support Microsoft DirectX 11, Shader Model 5.0 and OpenGL 4.0 Maximum Power Consumption: 142W
  • Support nVidia CUDA Architecture Support nVidia 3D Stereo Technology

PNY Quadro 4000 2GB DDR5 DVI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card for Mac

List Price: $ 984.17

Price: $ 699.00

Originally posted 2015-07-29 23:03:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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6 thoughts on “DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load)

  1. 63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This Tray-Load Blu-Ray burner is the best!!, November 11, 2009
    This review is from: DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load) (Electronics)

    FYI: I copied over my review from the slot load, ‘coz I actually got a TRAY LOAD version, not a SLOT-LOAD one. I like the safety of having an emergency eject hole. Otherwise, everything holds true.

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    I got this DIGISTOR Blu-Ray burner for my HD videos. I am a semi-professional videographer and I record some of my shoots/subjects/videos in High-Definition. At one point earlier this year, I realized that burning to DVDs just will not be enough for HD content – the 4-something gigabytes just won’t cut it.

    I decided to get DIGISTOR’s blu-ray burner because I got one of their their DVD burners as well – External USB 2.0 Powered 8x DVD Burner by DIGISTOR – and I saw from their website – […]- that they had a similarly designed Blu-Ray burner.

    The reason I was so happy with the DVD burner was that it did not need a power cord for it. I am happy to say that this Blu-Ray burner is the same – no power cord. I use it for my HD video editing, connected to my PC. I also bring it around, it is very light and portable, on my shoots should there be a need to burn output onsite.

    It’s plug-and-play, no need for drivers – Vista and Windows 7 supports blu-ray natively. And I have yet to encounter a bad burn on this drive. Something to do with it’s battery powered operation, but I also made sure it has enough power for burning, I got the dual USB accessory.

    I’m very happy with the product.

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  2. 57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thank goodness for easy plug n play Blu-ray data storage device for Mac and PC, April 7, 2010
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    This review is from: DIGISTOR External Blu-ray Burner USB 2.0 with Multimedia & Archive Suites (Tray Load) (Electronics)

    I manage an audio recording studio and video/post editing facility where we deal with tons of digital data on a daily basis. We have terabytes of storage in our studios for the online edit sessions but when it comes to archiving our productions, especially the video productions, we have to deal with TENS of DVD discs to hold the raw archive data (and that’s just SD material). To store so many DVDs discs is also a task we’d rather not have to deal with. So, we had our eye on Blu-ray for quite sometime as the data archive medium of choice, what with the 25GB capacity – we can store 5 MiniDV raw footage in one BD-R disc! And for video projects with more than 5 miniDV, there are 50GB Blu-ray discs that can handle the job.

    This DIGISTOR Blu-ray burner is perfect for our sneakernet and mixed-OS operations, it’s external USB 2. bus powered that we can take from one room/suite to the other without worrying about compatibility. it’s also pretty rugged despite the plastic enclosure, it has been dropped once since yet no hiccups. Blu-ray data burning and reading is native on both Windows PC (we’re running Vista and Windows 7) and Mac OS X (we have 10.3.9, 10.4.11 and 10.6.3).

    Now with this external Blu-ray burner, we have minimized the number of discs that we have to handle, we have also minimized the time spent on managing a backup/archiving session since we just drop all the data to one disc, no need to calculate how many discs to use and how to split the data into several discs.

    Hope this review helps.

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  3. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great value, November 22, 2010
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    JSlik

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    Reliable blu ray burner is a great deal for the price. Only drawback is that I have not had any luck with the included software burning blu rays. I am using a properly updated version of adobe encore cs4 and it works amazingly well.

    Update
    Digistor contacted me to help me figure out how to properly work with the included software. Great customer service. Highly recommended

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  4. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lion makes this card what it was meant to be, November 7, 2011
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    David Girard (Montreal) –
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    This review is from: NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac by PNY 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Gen 2 x16 DVI-I DL, DisplayPort and Stereo OpenGL, DirectX (Boot Camp), CUDA and OpenCL Profesional Graphics Board, VCQ4000MAC-PB (Personal Computers)

    I do a lot of 3D in Maya, Mudbox, and a bunch of other apps and reviewed this card when it was released under OS X 10.6. As others have pointed out, it was buggy and kernel panicked but OS X 10.7 fixed all the crashing issues and it’s a rock now. The only drawback is the lack of OpenCL, which Apple (not Nvidia) is responsible for and they pulled it before Lion’s release. Otherwise, performance is great (faster than Radeon 5870 for Maya and Mudbox from my benchmarks) and only uses one slot. Not as fast as the Radeon for games (in Parallels or Boot Camp) though. If you need CUDA or want a low-power card for 3D, it’s easy to recommend now.

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  5. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    So far so good…ish, July 13, 2011
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    brandofan (California) –

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    This review is from: NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac by PNY 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Gen 2 x16 DVI-I DL, DisplayPort and Stereo OpenGL, DirectX (Boot Camp), CUDA and OpenCL Profesional Graphics Board, VCQ4000MAC-PB (Personal Computers)

    Price wise…it’s below okay. I thought this would do some heavy damage in After Effects…nope! Premiere is working pretty decent with this card. I am not sure about 3D apps, because I did not test with my old 8800 to write down some numbers (so I can’t compare). I was too excited to open and install this monster. But as far as doing work in Bootcamp, pretty darn good. The only thing was couple of nights ago, it made funny noises. I assume it was the fan. It was a very low noise, but a noise nonetheless. The day I installed it and I turned it on for 10 minutes, the card could boil a pan of breaded mushrooms within minutes. It truly runs hot. I have a pretty impressive tolerance with touching hot things but between 2 to 3 seconds, I had to lift my fingers. That makes me a bit concerned about my Mac tower, but I assume NVIDIA knows what they are doing. The one thing I didn’t know about the Adobe Media Encoder was that you can take an After Effects project and render it with Media Encoder. Which I assume makes it faster to render, since it’s using the GPU power. Very neat. I rendered a scene in Vue (3D app) and the scene took 11 hours straight to render. I was testing it for the heating issue, but the next morning I realized that the tower didn’t melt, so I was relieved. I have not given it a go on the Mac side of things, so I will download a trial of CS5 and if any problems arise, I will list it here in a week.

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  6. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Must have for the After Effects artist, November 23, 2011
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    This review is from: NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac by PNY 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Gen 2 x16 DVI-I DL, DisplayPort and Stereo OpenGL, DirectX (Boot Camp), CUDA and OpenCL Profesional Graphics Board, VCQ4000MAC-PB (Personal Computers)

    I’ve been working on an 8 core 2008 Mac Pro model mainly with After Effects. I had a 3min. long project that took 1 hour to render, after using the Quadro 4000 this time came down to 20 minutes when using Open GL. It feels like a new computer.

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