Storage Capacity: 21min Audio or 185Mb Data
Writing Speed: up to 24x
Available in Inkjet Printable, and a range of colours and pack sizes.
Writing this disc was a lot quicker at 16x, and the disc could have run at 24x, but my burner has 'issues' above 20x at present.
A big drawcard was the fact that it is inkjet-printable, if you have the right printer. This makes it highly versatile. For example, a band could release 6 tracks for a first-release album, or market-test exercise, or perhaps a company could send out it's catelogue on disc small enough to be sent by standard-postage. Or even a CV to a potential employer. This disc would be small enough to mount on a coverpage easily. An excellent use would be for archival purposes for small businesses. You could keep each client's info on a separate disc, colour-coded even.
Overall, quite a good deal at around $60 per 50-stack. At a little over $1 per disk, these could be just the very thing you need to backup those smaller jobs.
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