DVD Drive in Samsung® X360
Get to know more about the DVD drive in Samsung X360
Samsung X360 offers many features in a compact design. It is equipped with a 1.4-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and 3GB of RAM. It comes with two-toned brushed metallic red and glossy black lid, and with exception to the base. It has an uncompressed chiclet-styled keyboard, the keys are evenly spaced, responsive, and have no flex to write about. Samsung X360 Ultraportable notebook comes with Core 2 Duo U9300 processor. It also deploys security features like a TPM chip and a fingerprint reader. It has External USB dual-layer DVD writer. The 6-cell Lithium Ion battery supports battery life for hours of continuous use. The X360 provides a trusted Platform Model to keep your data safe and secure. Also, with its integrated biometric fingerprint reader, log-on, and data encryption, it would be virtually impossible for others to access your important data.
Here is information about functionality of the DVD drive in Samsung X360:
- Functionality of DVD Drive
- Necessity of Drivers for Hardware
- Tips to Use DVD Drive Efficiently
Functionality of DVD Drive
A DVD drive is a disc drive for your Samsung X360 which looks, acts, and functions just like a CD drive, only with the added capability of playing and burning DVDs. They are used to read software and consumer media distributed in disc form and to record disc for archival and data exchange. It also helps to record or burn recordable and rewritable disks.
Necessity of Drivers for Hardware
DVD drive gives updated reliability for the hardware device and enables the device to function with laptop. By using DVD drivers we can work around hardware issues that might exist with the hardware device. They are also used for updating operating system and other software which helps system to work effectively and efficiently; thereby we could improve the overall stability of your Samsung X360.
DVD drives are undoubtedly a popular method for writing and reading data to and from storage discs. But their functionality may occasionally fail due to overuse or outdated firmware coding within it. In order to prevent this you must update the DVD drive. Updating would also help to increase stability within your operating system, to fix a particular bug or to activate or improve any advanced features your peripheral may support.