Verbatim Launches White Inkjet Hub-printable 8x DVD-R and DVD+R Discs in 50-disc spindles

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I just posted the article Verbatim Launches White Inkjet Hub-printable 8x DVD-R and DVD+R Discs in 50-disc spindles.

Verbatimé’ Corporation, the leading producer
of high- quality thermal and inkjet-printable CD and DVD media, announced
today that it is now shipping 8x-speed DataLifePlusé’…

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#2

They’ve had these 8x out for a while. I don’t know why they are mentioning this. Do they mean 16x hub printable?


#3

wondered myself. 8x printable are standard now, these verbatim work out at about £0.40 each, which i certainly wouldnt pay for 8x media, i pay £0.20 for 8x fully printable datawrites.


#4

50 spindle 16x hub prinables have been around for ages, it must be the 50 spindle 8x as I’ve only ever seen these in 10x packs and 25x spindles. Hardly major news though.


#5

Am I the only person who could care less about printable discs and would rather hear about companies being able to sell dual layer DVDs for $.50 per disc in a spindle?


#6

Could be :slight_smile: I hardly buy anything but printables anymore…


#7

Since the Canon Pixma line can print on cd and dvd and it’s affordable ink it’s becomes more attractive.


#8

the hell?! $90 for 50pk?