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That being said, externals are just if you are being plain lazy.
It depends on how you use it. I've used internal DVD writers for a long time and have since switched to using an external drive. All of my OS installations are through USB flash drives and most of my games/software is downloaded anyways (ex: Steam).

Plus I save some space in my tech bench by not using an internal optical drive.
post #12 of 12
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I doubt USB 2.0 would hinder it's read/write too much.
Would you doubt that for a blu-ray drive?
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