Before I splurge on this media, can anyone confirm if these are RICOHJPNR00 discs (vs. RITEKR01)?http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=17-132-308
As Ritek sells its own manufactured DVD media under the name RIDATA,I would assume it has the RITEK media code. (RIDATA = RITEK)
Why should they sell their own DVD media with the Ricoh media code
Just a thought ..........
The folks at http://www.accaproducts.com/ tell me that the Ridata 2.4 is currently Ritek R01. Recent sales of these spindles at Office max yielded 4 different media codes.
Head over to Best Buy and grab the spindles of Fuji +R than have no "4x" sticker on the label. There may be 25, 50, or even 100ct spindles there.
Originally posted by WebTech Inc Why should they sell their own DVD media with the Ricoh media code
Because Ritek makes all the Ricoh discs. I had a friend buy a 50-pack of RiData 4x +R discs, and all of them had the Ricoh R01 code.
Originally posted by code65536 Because Ritek makes all the Ricoh discs.
I know that but I thought that RITEK would use DVDs with RITEK media code for it's own RIDATA product line.