10pcs Cake box, Ritek (TRAXDATA) RITE801, 25GB BD-R 4x, Blue-ray Single Sided, Printable, 130min

10pcs Cake box, Ritek (TRAXDATA) RITE801, 25GB BD-R 4x, Blu-ray Single Sided, Printable, 130min

Ritek
Scan code: LN24581 Manufacturer code: RITE801 Request call
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Product Overview Ritek Blu-ray Disc (BD-R) series is the revolutionary new format of blank media using a blue-violet laser to record either high-definition (HD) video or multiple Gigabyte data archiving. Using RITEK's exclusive FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System) and world-class production know-how brings next generation products to market in the shortest time frame. The combination of high quality media with reasonable pricing is why Ritek is the continuing world leader in optical disc production. Enjoy recording High-Definition TV programs with the Ridata Blu-ray Disc series from Ritek. Features • Capacity: 25GB
• Recording Speed: 4X
• Recording Material: Inorganic material
• Recording Wavelength: 405nm
• Diameter: 120mm
• Thickness: 1.2mm
• Cover layer: 0.1mm
Specifications
Specifications
Capacity 25GB
Pack Style Cake box
Media Type  
Type  
Recording Speed 4x
Blu-ray Single Sided Yes
Single Layer Yes
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Printable
Video Recording Time 130 min
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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