Compact DVD drive lightweight, stylish

 With a compact size, Samsung’s newly announced SE S084D DVD Writer optical disc drive allows netbook users to watch movies when they’re taking a break from homework
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With a compact size (20 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter than conventional DVD writers), Samsung’s newly announced SE-S084D DVD Writer optical disc drive allows netbook users to watch movies when they’re taking a break from homework and features a sleek modern design available in seven colors. The MSRP starts at US $69.99.

Samsung also has portable and durable hard drives for students who want to safeguard summer vacation photos or backup their papers.The G-Series hard drives are are halogen-free, meet ROHS environmental standards and feature low power consumption. The embossed surface emits heat evenly and is scratch/fingerprint-resistant. The G-Series starts at US $199.

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