The BDR-2208 15x Internal BD/DVD/CD Burner from Pioneer features a SATA interface and can be mounted in both horizontal and vertical configurations. This drive is compatible with a variety of operating systems including Windows 7, Windows Vista or XP SP3. With up to 15x writing speed you can burn Blu-ray discs quickly and efficiently. The BDR-2208 is also compatible with BDXL media enabling you to read and write up to 128GB of data on one disc.
While burning discs you can take advantage of features such as Auto Quiet Mode, PowerRead, and PureRead 2. With Auto Quiet Mode you can burn discs with reduced noise while PowerRead and PureRead 2 help reduce skipping when CDs, DVDs, or Blu-rays are scratched or smudged.
- Store More Data
- The BDR2208 comes equipped with up to 156% more data storage capacity than a 50GB Dual Layer Blu-ray Disc. The BDXL format supports BDXL Blu-ray media (including 128GB Quad Layer (QL) and 100GB Triple Layer (TL) Blu-ray Disc).
- Watch 3D Movies
- The BDR2208 is 3D compatible and comes bundled with 3D playback software.
- Faster Burning
- Up to 15x writing on BD-R single-layer discs, 14x on BD-R DL discs, and 8x writing on BD-R triple-layer discs.
- Faster File Access
- With QuickPlay, the amount of time between inserting a ROM disc, and that disc being ready, has been reduced.
- Smooth Movie Playback
- Scratches, fingerprints and other abnormalities on the surface of a disc can sometimes cause Blu-ray and DVD movie playback to stop. When a PowerRead enabled drive is not able to read through obstructed areas of a disc, it will attempt to move forward quickly to the next available data point, resulting in smoother Blu-ray and DVD movie playback.
- A Smarter Drive
- Pioneer drives with Auto Quiet mode, monitor how they are being used and adjust their speed automatically.
- Enhanced Music Experience
- Scratches and fingerprints on your CDs can cause them to skip. A drive normally makes a calculated guess at the unreadable data and attempts to correct this to match the original music. PureRead, when enabled, makes the drive reread the obscured data to extract the original music as accurately as possible.