Through the years it has slowed down. I purchased this external drive and I love it. Only one issue, there are no lights or indicators to indicate the drive is running when burning. External USB 2. It plays and records. You can't go wrong. Ready to go right out of the box. Now instead of constantly using my data streaming.
I can play my daughters favorite dvd and plug and play into her tablet. I also hooked it up to my survalance system at home and now I can record in high quality on a disk that I can give away. Very quiet and seems to be made of quality material. For the price, I could not go wrong. I thought about getting the Apple version, but it's kind of expensive for just a few hours a use a month, at best.
I really got this to start looking through my thousands of photos stored on DVDs and CDs, and so far it works perfectly. I opened the box, plugged it into a USB 3. You don't need drivers or anything and some of you who think it's necessary for a Mac, really need to understand how a Mac works with peripherals. It was truly plug and play.
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Great device, high quality, looks nice, and works with After looking at other portable drives, I found this one to be the most promising for my Macbook Pro Model, which runs on a High Sierra operating system. I originally intended to buy the LG one but upon reading a review, it apparently didn't work with a High Sierra system. When I got this I tested it out and it worked perfectly fine. I used a dvd to test it but it also works with CDs. The drive itself is thin and pretty lightweight. If you also have the same model laptop as me, the drive needs to be connected to the computer via USB so make sure you have a USB connector cord.
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See questions and answers. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Customer images. See all customer images. But, as a long time I probably should have known better than to buy this product about a year ago, after reading the substantial number of really bad reviews. But, as a long time fan of Apple products, I convinced myself that mine would not be a lemon.
For about 50 uses mostly importing music CDs into my iTunes library , it worked flawlessly, and I thought those reviews were incorrect. Now, every time I import a CD the music skips forward in high speed zzzzts. So, I'm in the market for another drive and will not be buying another version of this from Apple.
Sad that after all the bad reviews there is no apparent? If anyone knows of a reliable drive, from another company, please post here. More Read full review. Is this review useful? Piece of Scat! This is by far the worst designed apple product. The drive is designed with a slit opening to feed in disk and no mechanical way to eject. This would be ok if t This is by far the worst designed apple product. This would be ok if the drive function correctly but that is rare. Frequently the drive becomes obsessed with trying to process a disk and prevents the disk from ejecting, forcing you to wait 5, 10, or 15 minutes for it to decide its done with the disk.
Biggest waste of money I've ever spent.
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I love all my other apple product, but this one I'm considering running it over with a tractor. Love Apple, Hate the SuperDrive. How many blank discs does it take to burn just ONE? I've had this drive on two How many blank discs does it take to burn just ONE? I've had this drive on two computers, a Mac Pro at work and another at home and it never goes smoothly.
Is Apple about to kill the SuperDrive on Macs?
Either it can't read the disc, or says it can't get information fast enough or the drive doesn't show up. I am beyond frustrated at Mac's ongoing attempt to dictate to its users what it feels is best for them. I have to be able to burn discs for work, and with the latest driveless Mac Pros and the USB Superdrive, it's an exercise in futility.
Maybe I'll find a six-for-one sale on blank discs.
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Unreliable, incompatible and way overpriced. If the SuperDrive refuses to eject an import Unreliable, incompatible and way overpriced. If the SuperDrive refuses to eject an important CD then god help you because Apple certainly will not or rather it cannot due to the design its flawed design. It worked ok for the first two years then started failing to load or read.
Success ratio is that it works about once in 30 to 40 times. Tried on a brand new iMac with no success.