HP CD-Writer 8230e Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard CD writers
Description:Model ID C4505A / HP CD-Writer 8230e - CD-RW drive - external - 4x4x6x - USB - white / The HP CD-Writer 8230e drive is an external CD-Rewriteable drive with 4x4x 6x performance. Use the drive to create, share, and store data, photos, music, and more on high capacity CDs. ... more
HP CD-Writer 8230e ... Record up to 650 megabytes (MB) of data with CD-writeable (530 MB formatted) and 650 MB (up to 618 MB formatted) with CD-readable. Use the drive to backup and secure your system to keep files safe, accessible, and transferable. Use the drive with the HP Simple Backup Software to quickly and easily restore an entire computer system.
Newest Review: ... a basic setup wizard which could be used on all of the current Windows operating systems (95, 98, 98SE, ME) and from there ... more
Customer HP CD-Writer 8230e Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/02/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
This was our first ever CD burner (CD writer). It was back in about 2000 or 2001 when not all of our computers came with built-in CD and DVD burning capabilities and this standalone USB CD burner was our only way of getting Lionel Richie tracks transferred from our computer to our HiFi. As it was so new, this device was cutting edge and amongst the best on the market at the time. It offered, relative to other devices available at the time, lightening fast write times and very reliable writing processes. Writing an entire CD of around 700MB would take just a few minutes. From what I remember (it was 12 years ago!), setup was pretty easy. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/04, updated on 07/08/04
I think if your think of get a burn get a HP cos they the best - Advantages: lots of different way to put music on, is still working after over a year, very easy to use - Disadvantages: a bit slow
by - written on 07/04/01, updated on 07/04/01 (Very useful, 2909 readings)
I have had this drive since January, and it has been solid and reliable. I bought an external drive because I have a notebook PC, so it has no expansion slots. Before it I owned a SyQuest SparQ drive, which used 1Gb cardridges, but Syquest went bust and then the drive started becoming unreliable, so I thought i'd get a CD/Rw drive. This drive attracted me particularly because it was one of the few external CD/RWs that had a USB interface that you could actually buy in a computer store. I bought mine in Staples, giving me 14 days to try it, and they gave me a 150% price match, bringing the price down to mail order levels. First impressions of the drive were ... Read the complete review
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