It doesn’t say that UmeDisc (Whatever the hell that is) actually makes Tesco discs, is there a direct link or something? I can’t find one [/QUOTE]
UmeDisc Ltd is a world class optical storage media manufacturer. We founded in year 2003 and we are the largest manufacturer of DVD+R/DVD-R/CD-R in Hong Kong and China, and also grow to the top 5 in the world now.
We strength in the OEM market and our leadership position is recognized by top brands and companies in the world appointing us as their preferred manufacturer. Brands like KODAK, SAMSUNG, Intenso, Nashua, CompUSA, [B]TESCO[/B], Staples, BestBuy, Circuit City, Micro Center, Matrix, Pengo, Six, SVA, Creation, etc.
[QUOTE=Chad_Bronson;2584727]Okay, so what are UmeDisc like? And why do they have Plasmon stampers, is this for compatability, I would have thought UmeDisc would have their own stampers, surely? (Pepst, now I understand this stamper issue I raised with your Plasmon going bust thread. UmeDisc might make the discs, Plasmon simply stick their codes on their discs. Gotcha ;))[/QUOTE]
Their media are OK for day-to-day use. As you rightly presumed, they use the Plasmon’s ATIP code for compatibility reasons.