Verbatim silver CD-R produces unique iridescent printable surface

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I just posted the article Verbatim silver CD-R produces unique iridescent printable surface.

 September 14, 2004 08:01 AM  US Eastern Timezone Verbatim First to Launch Distinctive,  Silver Inkjet Printable CD-Rs in Retail Market; Combines Exceptional Print  Quality with...
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#2

Lets put more focus on the DVD now…


#3

i wonder when cdfreaks.com will become dvdfreaks.com eh?:*


#4
  1. How is this different/special from before? 2) wtf? " The street price for a 50-pack spindle of the Silver Inkjet Printable CDs is .99." … Why does best buy and everyone else charge 17$ a pack then for all cd-r media? (rebates aside) 3) there were numerous errors in the document, Verbatim doesnt seem to put proffesionality very high on its list of priorities.

#5

Jdub I am at fault. there is a dollar sign bug in our script here at CD freaks. I did correct the pricing, thank you and sorry for the confusion. ~Crabby


#6

"Lets put more focus on the DVD now… " Ritek and Traxdata, in the UK anyway, now offer a silver print surface on their DVDs. They do look good when printed up. :wink:


#7

TY have silver print surface for dvds just for a while now, just dont see the the point.