Brando claims their portable DVD drive is perfect for Eee PC or MacBook Air. O RLY?

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eee-pc-brando%282%29.jpgEither something’s been lost in translation between Hong Kong and the Western world, or Brando’s Windows-only external DVD drive can really work on Apple’s MacBook Air, and ASUS’ Eee Pc as they’re claiming.

Yes, I am as confused as you are.

At $78, it won’t break the bank if you purchase one and it isn’t compatible with your Linux or Apple OS, however I’d still recommend only those with Vista, XP or Windows 2000 indulge, just in case.

With read speeds up to 24x and write speeds up to 10x, it weighs just 314g and measures 13.7cm x 13.3cm x 1.8cm. Which is only just smaller than your Eee PC.

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