• White, Inkjet Hub-Printable CD-R 52x, 700MB/80min
• Ideal for full-surface, edge-to-edge printing
• Full-color, high resolution, photo-quality printing
• Qualified for use with most CD/DVD inkjet printers
• Compatible with high-resolution 5,760 DPI printers
• Crisp & clear text reproduction
• Super Azo ™ recording dye optimizes read/write performance, qualified by major drive manufacturers
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
Some seriously great storage here. Available in a number of packs, ranging from single discs to stacks of 50. Will burn well at any speed your drive and throw at it, but for best results I found spinning no faster than 32x speed. After all, at 32x speed you can burn a disc in arouns 5 minutes, and 52x speed will only save you around a minute. This is more due to the time it takes to prep the disc, more than the actual burn time itself. I burned up a half dozen discs with various test data such as movies, music, mp3s and even an image off a small hard-drive in one afternoon and when I played them back there was no sign of data waste. For those who dont want or need to move up to something a little bigger or even something a lot bigger then these are probably something worth looking into. Being printable also gives you the extra edge in that you can design your own cover art or download something that fits the need and make your discs easy to sort out at a glance. Great for use at LAN parties.
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• Proprietary dual reflective layer technology
• Gold layer maximises disc lifetime by protecting data from corrosion
• Silver layer delivers high reflectivity and broad read/write compatibility
• Hard coating protects recording surface against scratches and rough handling ... more...
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