• SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac
  • SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac
  • SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac
SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac
SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac
SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac

SEA TECH Aluminum External USB Blu-Ray Writer Super Drive for Apple MacBook Air, Pro, iMac

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User error resulted in failed results - now works excellent! **UPDATE: I don't know how I could have missed this detail, but the USB 3.0 split cable that comes with the drive was in a drawer and I found it after trying countless other cables and only getting rare intermittent success. Put the CORRECT CABLE on the drive and it appears to be working flawlessly. Total user error and I was close to returning the device and I'm so thankful I didn't have to. Works like a charm so far.The only way I got it to work was to plug it in through a USB 2.0 hub that has its own power supply and then the computer recognized the drive. I have a second 2013 iMac that does exactly the same thing. I have a 2010 MacBook air and it recognizes the drive normally via a USB 3.0 port. So it's pretty clear to me that the iMac does not have enough power to drive this drive. Only through a hub that has an independent power supply will it be recognized by two new iMacs. But you lose USB 3.0 advantage and according to the tech support from the manufacturer (who was very responsive and didn't know why i was having this issue), even running the drive thru a USB 3.0 hub knocks speeds down to 2.0 (don't know why).UPDATE 01-03-17: I don't use this drive super often (which means it should still be working fine). I cannot for the life of me get it to mount on my iMac. It's completely hit or miss. Every once in a while it will mount a disc normally and the other times I have to plug & unplug it countless times, try different USB cables and then it will suddenly work and I'll think I finally got the winning combination....come back to use it another time with the same setup and it won't work. I'm so frustrated with this drive. I'm still running it through a powered USB hub so that power should not be the issue. When it does work, it works fine. 5Awesome Blu-Ray Drive/Burner Awesome BR-Drive. Purchased in 2014 and have not had any problems yet. Installation was a breeze. Appearance is a spot on match for my iMac. I'm a professional photographer and was looking for better way to archive my images. It was taking way too many DVDs. Burning a disc is easy on a Mac. I just open the blank disc in one finder window and then copy and paste the files from one window to the disc window. Click burn and done.It's not fast. If you plan on filling a BR-Disc plan on having lunch while the drive burns the disc. 5Works Great! This device works great. I used it to upload my entire CD collection to my MacBook Pro with no problems. It's not super quiet, but not terribly loud either. It's about as loud as an old CD player, which I can deal with. It did start to slow down and eventually stopped working when it got too hot after a few hours of use, so I let it rest and cool down, and it was fine after that. Still no problems almost a year later. It does play Blu-Ray, that was the first thing I tested. I bought a warranty just in case, but I haven't needed it. I'd recommend this device and buy another if needed. 5awful reliability. Avoid at all costs. broke after less than 5 months.I was trying to rip one of my my movies so I can upload it into my NAS (so I dont have to keep loading disks every time I want to watch a movie), and I got an error message while using Make MKV. A quick search pointed toward the culprit being a failing drive. I was able to test that theory (and prove it right), when I tested the drive using a movie I had previously ripped when I first bought the drive. I worked flawlessly then, but this time, the drive would hang and do nothing. Waste of money. 1Not a perfect drive, but it works and doesn't break the bank. Pros:*Sturdy aluminum construction*Fairly quiet*Does what it claims to doCons:*Slow - ripping (I imagine burning as well, but I don't know first hand) takes about twice as long on this external drive when compared to other, similarly priced Blu-Ray drives I've used. However, I must admit that the other drives were internal, so maybe the speed is normal for external drives.*Weird corks - I'm using the drive on a Mac desktop, so these findings may not be typical for other setups, but the drive is slow to mount sometimes. Other times it has to be disconnected and reconnected to mount and function properly with the computer. I've also had issues with the door opening immediately and automatically when I try to close it. This usually happens continually until I unplug the drive and re-plug it back in. None of the drive's corks have left it completely unusable, but it can be a little frustrating at times. 3Works well, looks good and is very portable Highly recommended. Its works great on my mid 2012 MacBook Pro (i7 quad core running OS X 10.8). I plugged it in and it worked perfectly, no driver installs, and all my existing software saw the drive and worked with it as expected.Likes:Works right out of the box (no drivers needed)Very smallVery lightweightExcellent for laptop users who need to carry it with themNo power supply needed (nor is any supplied)USB 2.0 cable supplied (this is one of those special double headed cables, in case you have an older computer that can't sufficient power via one USB port, then yo would simply plug in the other tendril into another USB port, unlike other Blu-ray drives on the market, this second cable is long enough to reach all the way around to the other side of a laptop, for those that have one USB port on each side. On my MacBook Pro I have only used the one port, and have successfully burned dozens of perfectly functioning disks).Tough aluminum enclosure seems able to take a lot of use and remain perfectly serviceableAttractive (its a solid piece of aluminum with the center machined out, to house the drive) the drive has a black face and the rear panel is white plastic. (The drive is a conventional tray loaded design.)Reliable operation with intense daily use (I've used it heavily every day since I purchased it, in fact it works so well that I'm in the process of making backups of all my archived data and it works very well).Very reasonable price considering you get the drive which can read and write to Blu-ray, DVD and CD; a very nice, tough aluminum enclosure that is seamless and well built) and a USB 2 cableDislikesOnly one: Machined aluminum edges Edges feel almost sharp. They have never cut me but they don't have the finished feeling of the aluminum edges in my MacBook Pro, which has never felt sharp.Oddities-Almost all Blu-ray drives, this one included, will play back Blu-ray movies at a max speed of 2X (instead of the rated 6X). This is intentional (Panasonic says that its to keep the drive noise level down while watching movies. So keep that in mind to set your expectations appropriately. If you are working with data then you get the full 6X speed.-You need to get your own software to play back Blu-ray movies off a Blu-ray disk. This is true of all operating systems (there are a few expensive Windows machines with an added cost Blu-ray option that can play Blu-ray discs out of the box, but its not Windows doing it, they just install the extra, third-party software for you , and they charge you a fortune to do this, its much cheaper to get this drive and download free software yourself). This is a Sony licensing issue. Until recently you had to pay for aftermarket software to get Blu-ray movie playback, but that is no longer true, check here for detailed information (read the entire post before making up your mind).Notes:Although this page says that Apple does not support Blu-ray, that is completely misleading. No computer manufacturer supports Blu-ray, you always have to get your own Blu-ray player software to play Blu-ray (this includes Windows. Sometimes some machines are sold with a package that includes a Blu-ray play but if you check carefully you'll see that its been added on by someone, it was not created by the manufacturer. This is not a problem, I'm just clarifying a question that I have been asked many times since posting this initial review.Apple does support Blu-ray and you can prove it by simply plugging this drive into a Mac, insert a BD-R or BD-RW and you will be able to burn files to just like a DVD-R or DVD-RW. To watch a Blu-ray movie, someone has to pay Sony a significant licensing fee. So far no manufacturer, including Microsoft, has paid the fee so they cannot build in movie playback support for Blu-ray movie discs. After trying a few apps I finally settled on Mac Blu-ray player, its works well, offers beautiful picture quality and is updated often. Yes you have to pay for it, there is no such thing as free lunch. The free players have gone out of business or have stopped supporting Blu-ray playback. This includes VLC which does have Blu-ray playback support built in but does not have decryption keys so it cannot play back commercial Blu-ray movies because they have not payed the license fee. A few clever persons have figured out a way to get a set of keys into VLC and that did work for a few months but stopped being updated a few years ago so no movies produced in the past few years can work on VLC with with those keys.May Blu-ray player can play a lot of different video formats so I consider it a must have it you are serious about Blu-ray playback on a Mac. There are commercial programs available for Windows, with mixed results so you will have to carefully test the, out before plunking down any cash for them.Multi region support: Like most (actually all the ones hat I know of) current Blu-ray players, this one seems to be region locked. If you have discs that you want to play from different regions with different region codes (i.e. different countries) this unit, like most others will not work for you, and notice that there is no promise of multi region support listed in this products description. I aded this to my review because I received questions on this and people donut seem to understand that this is a legal issue, not a limitation of any specific hardware.If you need multi region support then I suggest that you search for that criteria and speak to the supplier to make sure that you will get what you want, that is not whats being offered here.I use this drive almost everyday to watch Blu-ray movies and burn Blu-ray data discs and still am enjoying the super reliable performance, rugged and portable construction and reasonable cost. I have recommended this unit to my family and friends.[...] 5Works great as described Bought this external drive to rip my own personal DVD and Blu-rays for personal backup reasons (I'm a digital hoarder!). Works great, just as described. One small complaint, which isn't even the drive's fault: I am using it with the new Macbook (12 inch), which only has a single USB-C port. Unfortunately, the drive doesn't seem to be compatible with the Apple USB/charging dongle, which means I can't charge my MacBook and rip at the same time. So, I have to rip a disk, charge, rip, charge, etc. It's tedious, but works. Again, this is more of a design flaw on Apple's behalf, since the new Mac only has one port, but on the other hand all my other external hard drives work fine with the Apple dongle. I'd still recommend this drive though to anybody. 4Can be frustrating - sometimes requires persistence and time Sometimes it works with my new iMac, sometimes it doesn't.Sometimes my iMac recognizes music CDs and I can rip the music onto my computer. Sometimes I can't. When nothing happens when I insert a CD, I remove it using a paperclip in the little indentation near the eject button. Then I try a series of things to get it to work: unplugging the usb drives and replugging them, restarting the computer, unplugging the connection from the drive and reinserting it. It is frustrating to have to follow this ritual. I never know which of these things will work.I have been able to watch blu-ray movies (using Leawo Blu-Ray Player).I still have not been successful in saving file data to blank blu-ray disks (using Toast Burn). 3Back up your DVD's and watch blue rays too. Love it!!! I bought Aurora Blue Ray player software online and this thing works great. Just keep that in mind- you must buy the software to play blue ray movies on a computer. This is the hardware component. You can also use it to make backups of your dvd library. I have an extensive collection of DVD's and the Apple Superdrive was giving me grief when I tried to transfer my own DVD's to my iTunes library. Using this drive along with MakeMKV and Handbrake I have transferred all my movies to my iTunes library. Sorry Apple. I'm not going to duplicate purchases from your iTunes store when I already bought them from Amazon. 5Works great going between my iMac and Macbook Pro (even with Parallels running Windows 8) After burning close to 50-60 DVD's on my 24" iMac, the internal Superdrive in it decided to wave a white flag and quit. I was out of warranty on it and really still needed something so that I could install new software, watch movies, or just move stuff on and off of my computer easily still. Having a broken Superdrive was no fun.I did some research and finally decided on this external for a couple of reasons. First, and most obvious, was that I needed a drive to work with my iMac. I had also wanted to start burning Blu-Rays as well (for back-ups) and had never been able to before this. The performance and plug-and-play ability of it with Apple products was a big plus too. The look of the drive (brushed aluminum) matched perfectly with both my iMac and Macbook Pro and just seemed like part of my system rather than something bought as an afterthought.Basically, I have been using the drive for the past few months with zero issues and have been connecting/disconnecting it with both of my computers with no problems whatsoever. I also have had no issues when I use my Macbook Pro using Parallels 9 and Windows 8. The drive is recognized and usable equally well on the Windows side of things.**Two important considerations--Which, hopefully you already know, is that:(1) Apple does not (and never has) supported the playback of Blu-Ray on it's computers. What that means is, that if you want to watch Blu-Rays on your Mac with this, you are going to have to install some kind of "Blu-Ray Player" software onto your Mac before it will work. It's really not an issue, as there are some free ones you can get working, as well as some that will run about $20-$30 that work quite nicely too.(2) While Windows 7 had built-in Blu-Ray support, Windows 8 does not! If you are either using this with a Windows machine, or simply running Windows 8 on your Mac (like I am) using either VMWare or Parallels, then you are going to be in the same boat too, and are going to have to install a "Blu-Ray Player" in order for the Blu-Rays to be recognized.If you're not worried about Blu-Rays anyway, then it's not even an issue anyway. I just thought I would give you a head's up, so that you're not surprised later.Bottom line is that the drive looks nice with the brushed aluminum and should match up nicely for any Mac users out there thinking of getting this. It also performs as expected and is pretty much a no-hassle, plug-and-play device (provided you have taken into account the Blu-Ray player issues I described above). It works well and looks great. 5
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User error resulted in failed results - now works excellent! **UPDATE: I don't know how I could have missed this detail, but the USB 3.0 split cable that comes with the drive was in a drawer and I found it after trying countless other cables and only getting rare intermittent success. Put the CORRECT CABLE on the drive and it appears to be working flawlessly. Total user error and I was close to returning the device and I'm so thankful I didn't have to. Works like a charm so far.The only way I got it to work was to plug it in through a USB 2.0 hub that has its own power supply and then the computer recognized the drive. I have a second 2013 iMac that does exactly the same thing. I have a 2010 MacBook air and it recognizes the drive normally via a USB 3.0 port. So it's pretty clear to me that the iMac does not have enough power to drive this drive. Only through a hub that has an independent power supply will it be recognized by two new iMacs. But you lose USB 3.0 advantage and according to the tech support from the manufacturer (who was very responsive and didn't know why i was having this issue), even running the drive thru a USB 3.0 hub knocks speeds down to 2.0 (don't know why).UPDATE 01-03-17: I don't use this drive super often (which means it should still be working fine). I cannot for the life of me get it to mount on my iMac. It's completely hit or miss. Every once in a while it will mount a disc normally and the other times I have to plug & unplug it countless times, try different USB cables and then it will suddenly work and I'll think I finally got the winning combination....come back to use it another time with the same setup and it won't work. I'm so frustrated with this drive. I'm still running it through a powered USB hub so that power should not be the issue. When it does work, it works fine. 5Awesome Blu-Ray Drive/Burner Awesome BR-Drive. Purchased in 2014 and have not had any problems yet. Installation was a breeze. Appearance is a spot on match for my iMac. I'm a professional photographer and was looking for better way to archive my images. It was taking way too many DVDs. Burning a disc is easy on a Mac. I just open the blank disc in one finder window and then copy and paste the files from one window to the disc window. Click burn and done.It's not fast. If you plan on filling a BR-Disc plan on having lunch while the drive burns the disc. 5Works Great! This device works great. I used it to upload my entire CD collection to my MacBook Pro with no problems. It's not super quiet, but not terribly loud either. It's about as loud as an old CD player, which I can deal with. It did start to slow down and eventually stopped working when it got too hot after a few hours of use, so I let it rest and cool down, and it was fine after that. Still no problems almost a year later. It does play Blu-Ray, that was the first thing I tested. I bought a warranty just in case, but I haven't needed it. I'd recommend this device and buy another if needed. 5awful reliability. Avoid at all costs. broke after less than 5 months.I was trying to rip one of my my movies so I can upload it into my NAS (so I dont have to keep loading disks every time I want to watch a movie), and I got an error message while using Make MKV. A quick search pointed toward the culprit being a failing drive. I was able to test that theory (and prove it right), when I tested the drive using a movie I had previously ripped when I first bought the drive. I worked flawlessly then, but this time, the drive would hang and do nothing. Waste of money. 1Not a perfect drive, but it works and doesn't break the bank. Pros:*Sturdy aluminum construction*Fairly quiet*Does what it claims to doCons:*Slow - ripping (I imagine burning as well, but I don't know first hand) takes about twice as long on this external drive when compared to other, similarly priced Blu-Ray drives I've used. However, I must admit that the other drives were internal, so maybe the speed is normal for external drives.*Weird corks - I'm using the drive on a Mac desktop, so these findings may not be typical for other setups, but the drive is slow to mount sometimes. Other times it has to be disconnected and reconnected to mount and function properly with the computer. I've also had issues with the door opening immediately and automatically when I try to close it. This usually happens continually until I unplug the drive and re-plug it back in. None of the drive's corks have left it completely unusable, but it can be a little frustrating at times. 3Works well, looks good and is very portable Highly recommended. Its works great on my mid 2012 MacBook Pro (i7 quad core running OS X 10.8). I plugged it in and it worked perfectly, no driver installs, and all my existing software saw the drive and worked with it as expected.Likes:Works right out of the box (no drivers needed)Very smallVery lightweightExcellent for laptop users who need to carry it with themNo power supply needed (nor is any supplied)USB 2.0 cable supplied (this is one of those special double headed cables, in case you have an older computer that can't sufficient power via one USB port, then yo would simply plug in the other tendril into another USB port, unlike other Blu-ray drives on the market, this second cable is long enough to reach all the way around to the other side of a laptop, for those that have one USB port on each side. On my MacBook Pro I have only used the one port, and have successfully burned dozens of perfectly functioning disks).Tough aluminum enclosure seems able to take a lot of use and remain perfectly serviceableAttractive (its a solid piece of aluminum with the center machined out, to house the drive) the drive has a black face and the rear panel is white plastic. (The drive is a conventional tray loaded design.)Reliable operation with intense daily use (I've used it heavily every day since I purchased it, in fact it works so well that I'm in the process of making backups of all my archived data and it works very well).Very reasonable price considering you get the drive which can read and write to Blu-ray, DVD and CD; a very nice, tough aluminum enclosure that is seamless and well built) and a USB 2 cableDislikesOnly one: Machined aluminum edges Edges feel almost sharp. They have never cut me but they don't have the finished feeling of the aluminum edges in my MacBook Pro, which has never felt sharp.Oddities-Almost all Blu-ray drives, this one included, will play back Blu-ray movies at a max speed of 2X (instead of the rated 6X). This is intentional (Panasonic says that its to keep the drive noise level down while watching movies. So keep that in mind to set your expectations appropriately. If you are working with data then you get the full 6X speed.-You need to get your own software to play back Blu-ray movies off a Blu-ray disk. This is true of all operating systems (there are a few expensive Windows machines with an added cost Blu-ray option that can play Blu-ray discs out of the box, but its not Windows doing it, they just install the extra, third-party software for you , and they charge you a fortune to do this, its much cheaper to get this drive and download free software yourself). This is a Sony licensing issue. Until recently you had to pay for aftermarket software to get Blu-ray movie playback, but that is no longer true, check here for detailed information (read the entire post before making up your mind).Notes:Although this page says that Apple does not support Blu-ray, that is completely misleading. No computer manufacturer supports Blu-ray, you always have to get your own Blu-ray player software to play Blu-ray (this includes Windows. Sometimes some machines are sold with a package that includes a Blu-ray play but if you check carefully you'll see that its been added on by someone, it was not created by the manufacturer. This is not a problem, I'm just clarifying a question that I have been asked many times since posting this initial review.Apple does support Blu-ray and you can prove it by simply plugging this drive into a Mac, insert a BD-R or BD-RW and you will be able to burn files to just like a DVD-R or DVD-RW. To watch a Blu-ray movie, someone has to pay Sony a significant licensing fee. So far no manufacturer, including Microsoft, has paid the fee so they cannot build in movie playback support for Blu-ray movie discs. After trying a few apps I finally settled on Mac Blu-ray player, its works well, offers beautiful picture quality and is updated often. Yes you have to pay for it, there is no such thing as free lunch. The free players have gone out of business or have stopped supporting Blu-ray playback. This includes VLC which does have Blu-ray playback support built in but does not have decryption keys so it cannot play back commercial Blu-ray movies because they have not payed the license fee. A few clever persons have figured out a way to get a set of keys into VLC and that did work for a few months but stopped being updated a few years ago so no movies produced in the past few years can work on VLC with with those keys.May Blu-ray player can play a lot of different video formats so I consider it a must have it you are serious about Blu-ray playback on a Mac. There are commercial programs available for Windows, with mixed results so you will have to carefully test the, out before plunking down any cash for them.Multi region support: Like most (actually all the ones hat I know of) current Blu-ray players, this one seems to be region locked. If you have discs that you want to play from different regions with different region codes (i.e. different countries) this unit, like most others will not work for you, and notice that there is no promise of multi region support listed in this products description. I aded this to my review because I received questions on this and people donut seem to understand that this is a legal issue, not a limitation of any specific hardware.If you need multi region support then I suggest that you search for that criteria and speak to the supplier to make sure that you will get what you want, that is not whats being offered here.I use this drive almost everyday to watch Blu-ray movies and burn Blu-ray data discs and still am enjoying the super reliable performance, rugged and portable construction and reasonable cost. I have recommended this unit to my family and friends.[...] 5Works great as described Bought this external drive to rip my own personal DVD and Blu-rays for personal backup reasons (I'm a digital hoarder!). Works great, just as described. One small complaint, which isn't even the drive's fault: I am using it with the new Macbook (12 inch), which only has a single USB-C port. Unfortunately, the drive doesn't seem to be compatible with the Apple USB/charging dongle, which means I can't charge my MacBook and rip at the same time. So, I have to rip a disk, charge, rip, charge, etc. It's tedious, but works. Again, this is more of a design flaw on Apple's behalf, since the new Mac only has one port, but on the other hand all my other external hard drives work fine with the Apple dongle. I'd still recommend this drive though to anybody. 4Can be frustrating - sometimes requires persistence and time Sometimes it works with my new iMac, sometimes it doesn't.Sometimes my iMac recognizes music CDs and I can rip the music onto my computer. Sometimes I can't. When nothing happens when I insert a CD, I remove it using a paperclip in the little indentation near the eject button. Then I try a series of things to get it to work: unplugging the usb drives and replugging them, restarting the computer, unplugging the connection from the drive and reinserting it. It is frustrating to have to follow this ritual. I never know which of these things will work.I have been able to watch blu-ray movies (using Leawo Blu-Ray Player).I still have not been successful in saving file data to blank blu-ray disks (using Toast Burn). 3Back up your DVD's and watch blue rays too. Love it!!! I bought Aurora Blue Ray player software online and this thing works great. Just keep that in mind- you must buy the software to play blue ray movies on a computer. This is the hardware component. You can also use it to make backups of your dvd library. I have an extensive collection of DVD's and the Apple Superdrive was giving me grief when I tried to transfer my own DVD's to my iTunes library. Using this drive along with MakeMKV and Handbrake I have transferred all my movies to my iTunes library. Sorry Apple. I'm not going to duplicate purchases from your iTunes store when I already bought them from Amazon. 5Works great going between my iMac and Macbook Pro (even with Parallels running Windows 8) After burning close to 50-60 DVD's on my 24" iMac, the internal Superdrive in it decided to wave a white flag and quit. I was out of warranty on it and really still needed something so that I could install new software, watch movies, or just move stuff on and off of my computer easily still. Having a broken Superdrive was no fun.I did some research and finally decided on this external for a couple of reasons. First, and most obvious, was that I needed a drive to work with my iMac. I had also wanted to start burning Blu-Rays as well (for back-ups) and had never been able to before this. The performance and plug-and-play ability of it with Apple products was a big plus too. The look of the drive (brushed aluminum) matched perfectly with both my iMac and Macbook Pro and just seemed like part of my system rather than something bought as an afterthought.Basically, I have been using the drive for the past few months with zero issues and have been connecting/disconnecting it with both of my computers with no problems whatsoever. I also have had no issues when I use my Macbook Pro using Parallels 9 and Windows 8. The drive is recognized and usable equally well on the Windows side of things.**Two important considerations--Which, hopefully you already know, is that:(1) Apple does not (and never has) supported the playback of Blu-Ray on it's computers. What that means is, that if you want to watch Blu-Rays on your Mac with this, you are going to have to install some kind of "Blu-Ray Player" software onto your Mac before it will work. It's really not an issue, as there are some free ones you can get working, as well as some that will run about $20-$30 that work quite nicely too.(2) While Windows 7 had built-in Blu-Ray support, Windows 8 does not! If you are either using this with a Windows machine, or simply running Windows 8 on your Mac (like I am) using either VMWare or Parallels, then you are going to be in the same boat too, and are going to have to install a "Blu-Ray Player" in order for the Blu-Rays to be recognized.If you're not worried about Blu-Rays anyway, then it's not even an issue anyway. I just thought I would give you a head's up, so that you're not surprised later.Bottom line is that the drive looks nice with the brushed aluminum and should match up nicely for any Mac users out there thinking of getting this. It also performs as expected and is pretty much a no-hassle, plug-and-play device (provided you have taken into account the Blu-Ray player issues I described above). It works well and looks great. 5
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