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Scan code: LN18317 Manufacturer code: 43500

Verbatim 43500 25pc Cakebox DVD+R 16x

25pcs Cakebox, Verbatim 43500, 4.7Gb DVD+R 16x, Single Layer Matt Silver, 120min

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Scan code: LN18317 Manufacturer code: 43500
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Product Overview Verbatim DVD+R uses Verbatim's Advanced AZO Technology which ensures any recording to be of a superior quality. The broad compatibility of Verbatim's discs make them ideal for sharing computer data, home videos, photos and music.
Features Product Number: 43500
Capacity: 4.7GB
Speed: 16x
Pack Style: 25 Pack Spindle
Disc Surface: Matt Silver

Advanced AZO+ / Advanced AZO / Metal AZO recording layer.
Highest Level of recording stability.
Superior Archival life.
For video (CLV) and Data (CAV) applications.
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