• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great!

    • Written by Michael H from Mississauga

    I purchased my Superdrive when i bought my MacBook Pro back in January. I've imported most of my CD's with it and they've all come out sounding perfectly. It's compact and I can bring it with me anywhere I go. I would recommend it if you need an optical drive for your Mac or MacBook.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    LOVE IT

    • Written by Anonymous

    This is a good product to watch DVDs on your Mac.

    8 of 15 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Powerful and sleek

    • Written by Natasha D from Buncrana

    Had a few doubts about buying this mainly money but after using for a few months it's worth every cent! Beautiful, simple works a dream, highly recommend!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Nice but doesn't work

    • Written by Jonah W from Menai

    This is a very nice looking apple product but doesn't work.

    2 of 7 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    LOVE IT

    • Written by Winston T from Pasadena

    Cool USB

    5 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a tech dummy

    • Written by Dewayne C from NASHUA

    I can see most of the reviews here are coming from people not familiar with tech. I'll make this short and sweet. I haven't purchased this drive but I am leaning more likely towards getting this drive. Most of the reviews here it seems are stemming from people's lack of understanding how Macs and tech ACTUALLY WORKS.

    The reason why the drive has no eject button is most likely because if you look on the Mac desktop you will see an icon for the drive. If you right-click with the Magic Mouse you will then see a contextual menu appear. Now here's where it gets complicated. Then drag the arrow of the Magic Mouse down the a title on the menu that says, "EJECT DISC." I know that's a radical concept. You can also open the icon of the hard-drive icon that says, "Macintosh HD" and you will also see off to the left listed in the window pane a list of folders and various other icons, including the Macintosh Icon and the name of any other portable devices you have attached.

    Bottom line. If you don't know enough about the tech you are using, then it is no one else's fault but your own. DO NOT go on a website for the company and rage against the machine because you are stuck in the Bronze Age. If you bought Apple products just because you want to come off looking "trendy" and you want to seem awesome for throwing a lot of money away, then you bought them for the wrong reason. All you did was come off looking like a stupid tool. That fact was only reinforced by your stupid reviews where you whined and cried like a child where you all but admitted you didn't know how to use your Mac.

    I know how to use Macs and have since I was fourteen. I know how to use Windows based pcs and have for years. I have been using tech since I was seven years old. I know how to custom build computers better and far less than what Best Buy gouges the sheeple for and make them work.

    I take that back. After reading these crybaby complaints. I DEFINITELY WILL be purchasing this drive. If I could post a picture, then I'd post of myself using this drive with a smile on my face.

    Learn2tech people.

    37 of 100 people found this useful