Review: Samsung SE-S084C
We at MyCE would like to present a review the latest
external slimline DVD-ReWriter from Samsung – the Samsung SE-S084C. The Samsung
SE-S084C supports 8x DVD±R, 8x/6x DVD+RW/DVD-RW, 5x DVD-RAM and 6x DVD+R DL and
6x DVD-R DL writing technology, allowing Double/Dual Layer discs of 8.5Gb to be
We are sure that most of you know Samsung already, but let
us take a look at some of the company information found at: www.samsungoms-europe.com
As a world leader in the field of digital media, Samsung
Electronics produces Optical Disc Drives (ODD) since 1994. In the past few
years Samsung was able to take a central market position in this field.
With subsidiaries all over Europe and a large part of the
former USSR, Samsung Europe can offer the consumer a complete selection of disc
drives, for all types of computers.
With large and continuous investments in research and
development Samsung is able to be more and more at the forefront of disc drive
As one of the first companies developing COMBO drives
(DVD-ROM and CD-RW combined in one disc drive), Samsung is a frontrunner in
In the field of slim-line technologies, Samsung is expanding
the line-up, in order to meet the demands of the market for desktop and
Samsung offers a wide range of Optical Disc Drives, allowing
customers to choose the exact combination of capabilities and features. Our
products feature the latest noise suppression technologies. If you are looking
for a high performance Optical Drive, you need look no further than Samsung.
If you are interested in reading more company information,
please visit: www.samsungoms-europe.com
Let’s now take a look at the packaging that the drive is
The drive that Samsung sent was the retail version, and we
can see the package and contents below.
Box left side
Box right side
What’s inside the box
Now it’s time to take a look at the drive itself and what
the drive came shipped with.
Our package was the retail version.
The package contained the Samsung SE-S084C, USB cable,
software disc, and instruction manual.
Now let’s take a look at the
The front of the Samsung SE-S084C is sparse but stylish. We
can see an eject button, emergency eject hole, and a green read/write LED.
On the bottom of the drive we found one label and we can see
that the drive was manufactured in the Philippines during June 2009.
On the rear of the drive we can see the USB connector.
Now let’s head on to the next page where we can take a
look at the features of the drive….