View Full Version : More Warm DEAL on PLEXTOR 12X~!
PLextor 12X EIDE at ONVIA for $215 shipped after the $50 off and shipping cost.....not bad.
10-20-2000, 02:11 PM
Where are you getting the 50 off? I tried the code 02024630 posted on techbargains a couple days ago and it said it expired?
10-20-2000, 02:17 PM
This coupon has been dead for days. It's best to verify a deal works BEFORE posting it.
10-20-2000, 11:08 PM
try this link
then use the coupone code 02024630. I just tried it and it still worked.
10-21-2000, 12:10 AM
It has been saying the coupon is expired for several days.
Every time I try it I get this message:
"Warning! Expired: 02024630" I tried it on two different computers including a computer that has never placed an order with Onvia before so it couldn't be the cookies or any history files. How did you get it to work?
10-21-2000, 12:24 AM
Plextor 12X10X32X (oem) $247.00 shipped! (NY residents subject to $19.39 sales tax)
Includes 2nd day air through FedEx
10-21-2000, 01:13 AM
Buy.com has the Plextor 12x for $259 - $30 coupon + 10 shipping = $239 shipped. If you wait a few days they will offer free shipping bringing it down to $229 shipped. That's for the retail box too which is preferable to an oem version.
10-21-2000, 10:33 AM
kinda off topic here, but I am looking at the plextor cause it has burn-proof. Does anyone know what other drives are burn-proof? I mean sanyo has gotta have it cause they made the technology, and I am pretty sure iomega has it, but I was wondering if anyone has had experience with those.
10-21-2000, 11:38 AM
Ricoh's newer drives have this thing called JustLink and the new Yamaha 16x cd-r has it's own technology that goes by some other name. I'm quite sure this tech. will become standard among the IDE drives but they'll all have their own names for it.
EDIT: I'm getting invalid recipient when I goto that link and try the coupon. Weird, and it worked twice on my own computer... i'm getting a little greedy for a T-bird 900 for 159
[Edited by got apex on 10-21-2000 at 11:41 AM]
Creative Labs Blaster CD-R/W 32x12x10 also has burn-proof.
tbreakreview of Creative Labs Blaster CD-R/W 32x12x10 : http://www.tbreak.com/reviews/hardware/optical/creative121032/121032_1.asp
Yamaha is not using burn-proof in its new 16X Write/10X Rewrite/40X Read cd-rw's. Yamaha has its own version of burn-proof called Waste-Proof Write Strategy.
10-21-2000, 01:20 PM
Anyone know what the street price will be on the Yamaha 16x?
I also noticed this in the review:
"In addition, the CRW2100 Series allows users to rip audio CDs at a maximum speed of 40X-up to five times faster than conventional CD-RW recorders currently in the marketplace-allowing digital audio extraction of a 74-minute audio disc in less than 3 minutes."
I know the Plextor 12x does 24x audio extraction. Is 40x five times faster that 24x? Doesn't seem like it would be.
10-21-2000, 02:08 PM
namlook, as stated in the quote your found:
"In addition, the CRW2100 Series allows users to rip audio CDs at a maximum speed of 40X¡X'UP' to five times faster than 'CONVENTIONAL' CD-RW recorders currently in the marketplace¡Xallowing digital audio extraction of a 74-minute audio disc in less than 3 minutes"
The Plextor 24x audio rip burners are not the "CONVENTIONAL" CR-RW recorders currently in the marketplace. Those conventional CD-RW's are older CD-RW's.
10-21-2000, 02:18 PM
freakontr, I tried that link on the 18th and I just verified it again. Coupon still expired.
10-21-2000, 03:52 PM
freakontr, could you let us know how you just got that coupon to work? Everyone else is reporting that it is expired when they try it.
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