Apple USB SuperDrive

Apple USB SuperDrive

Rp 929.000

3.0 out of 5 stars

Based on 379 reviews

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Product Information

The sleek, compact USB SuperDrive.
  • Everything you need in an optical drive.

    Whether you’re at the office or on the road, you can play and burn both CDs and DVDs with the Apple USB SuperDrive. It’s perfect when you want to watch a DVD, install software, create backup discs and more.

    Take it anywhere.

    Only slightly bigger than a CD case, the Apple USB SuperDrive slips easily into your travel bag when you hit the road, and takes up little space on your desk or tray table when you’re working.

    The essence of simplicity.

    You’ll never have to worry about lost cables with the Apple USB SuperDrive. It connects to your MacBook Pro with Retina display, MacBook Air, iMac or Mac mini with a single USB cable that’s built into the SuperDrive. There’s no separate power adaptor, and it works whether your Mac is plugged in or running on battery power.

  • What's in the Box?

    • Apple USB SuperDrive with attached USB cable
    • User's Guide
  • Tech Specs

    Dimensions

    • Height: 0.67 in./17mm
    • Width: 5.47 in./139mm
    • Depth: 5.47 in./139mm
    • Weight: 0.74 lb/335g

    Connections

    • USB 2.0
  • System Requirements

    Compatible with the following computers:

    • MacBook Pro with Retina display
    • MacBook Air
    • iMac (late 2012) and later
    • Mac mini (late 2009) and later
    • Mac Pro (late 2013)

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Perfect DVD drive for Macbook Air Users

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    For some reason, the burning speed is much faster on this SuperDrive than other standalone DVD drives you find on Amazon. I tried For some reason, the burning speed is much faster on this SuperDrive than other standalone DVD drives you find on Amazon. I tried the Amazon Basic DVD drive, but the speed is so slow that I had to return it. The Apple USB SuperDrive doesn't have this problem, though.

    • Written by from Birmingham

    3556 of 4011 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Perfect DVD drive for Macbook Air Users
  • Good idea, but limited.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a good idea when it comes to improving the design of the MacBooks, but for the hassle and the cost, you'd think it could b This is a good idea when it comes to improving the design of the MacBooks, but for the hassle and the cost, you'd think it could be blu-ray capable. Seriously. The retina display has a resolution of 2880 x 1800. I think it's time for 1080p viewability.

    • Written by from Sandwich

    3767 of 4535 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Good idea, but limited.
  • Great product.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I recently bought this to install software on my new MacBook Pro with retina display and it does its job quite well. Although it s I recently bought this to install software on my new MacBook Pro with retina display and it does its job quite well. Although it still irks me that such a device is even necessary in this day and age. Sure improved portability is a nice feature but taking away the optical disk drive to do so seems silly. Overall no complaints, however.

    • Written by from Grandville

    3216 of 3725 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Great product.
  • Trouble ripping audiobooks

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Just bought a 5k mac after retiring my old Imac-2007. I am an avid audiobook listener so I need to rip them into itunes so that I Just bought a 5k mac after retiring my old Imac-2007. I am an avid audiobook listener so I need to rip them into itunes so that I can listen on my device. The drive seems to rip about half of the cd then ejects for no reason. This is a brand-new audiobook that has never been touched and has no scratches. I took it back to my old mac with the built in dvd drive and it burned the disks that were ejected by this drive without any problems. This drive is going back tomorrow.

    • Written by from MITCHELLVILLE

    7 of 8 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Trouble ripping audiobooks
  • Do Apple sometimes make you feel like a complete idiot?

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I have been using a Mac since 1992. I have upgraded appropriately over all those 22 years and consider myself an Apple nerd. My PC I have been using a Mac since 1992. I have upgraded appropriately over all those 22 years and consider myself an Apple nerd. My PC associates, friends, family, business contacts all consider me to be really stuck back in the 20th century.

    Despite this I have just purchased yet another iMac. OS X Yosemite. Beautiful. Started to set up a printer (also brand new) only to discover there was no optical drive on my new machine. Apple support told me that Apple consider these to be obsolete. Pardon me Mr Apple. You didn't tell me. Long story short. I had to buy an external device - the superdrive whatsit. Arrived today. Plugged it in. Nothing appeared on my desktop. Murky looking blue icon in the dashboard. Inserted printer set-up disc. It whirred reassuringly then spat it out. Again and again. And again. No messages, alerts. Nada` I must be an idiot.

    • Written by from London

    3 of 6 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Do Apple sometimes make you feel like a complete idiot?
  • A Surprisingly Poor Product

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    When nearly everything made by Apple gives me real pleasure to use, it's disappointing to have to write a review of a product as p When nearly everything made by Apple gives me real pleasure to use, it's disappointing to have to write a review of a product as poor as this. In line with other one-star reviewers, I have found it to be a consistently unreliable and unsatisfactory product. Minor points - the built-in USB cable is annoyingly short, and there's no eject button. More importantly, from Day One it refused to read pre-recorded DVDs. It became increasingly prima-donna-ish with CDs or DVDs which I had recorded myself, and now usually won't read them either. That's when the eject button problem becomes very annoying; how many times do I want to unplug the drive and then plug it in again, hoping that eventually it will respond to an eject command from the keyboard? It's awful, folks - I won't be buying another.

    • Written by from Woodfield

    3 of 4 people found this useful

    Was this useful? A Surprisingly Poor Product

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