Review: Lite-On eSEU206
If you are using a
netbook you learn to appreciate the all the benefits that you can get from that
platform, however there may come a time that you need to burn an audio or an
mp3 CD which is the first disadvantage of a netbook. The easiest solution is to
get a portable USB powered optical drive. In this review I will be taking a
closer look at the eSEU206 BD Combo drive from Lite-On. The eSEU206
is a USB2 slimdrive that can read Blu-Ray discs at 6x, burn CD-R/RW at 24/24
and write on DVD±R at 8x, DVD+RW at 8x, DVD-RW at 6x and on DVD-RAM media at
We are sure that
most of you know Lite-On already, but for those of you wishing to find out
more, you can read about it on the Lite-On
Here we can see
the specifications of the Lite-On eSEU206 slimdrive, as they appear on the Lite-On
Now let’s take a
look at the packaging that the drive is shipped in.
The drive that Lite-On
sent was the retail version, and we can see the package and contents below.
Box left and right sides
What’s inside the box
Now it’s time to
take a look at the drive itself and what the drive came shipped with.
The retail package
contained the Lite-On eSEU206, split Y USB cable, software disc, and
Now let’s take a look at the drive.
The front of the Lite-On
eSEU206 has the DVD+R, DVD-R logos on the left side, in the middle there’s the Blu-ray
logo, the green LED, and the eject button.On the right side there is the
emergency eject hole, the LightScribe logo and the Compact disc logo.
At the back of the
drive there is only the USB connection.
On the bottom of
the drive we can see the labels with all the info, and also we can see that the
drive is manufactured on April 2011 in China.
A quick look at the optical system of the eSEU206.
Now let’s head
to the next page where we take a look at the features of the drive….