Verbatim 43500 25pc Cakebox DVD+R 16x

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

Verbatim
Scan code: LN18317 Manufacturer code: 43500 Request call
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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.
Specifications
Specifications
Capacity 4.7GB
Pack Style 25pcs Cakebox
Media Type  
Type DVD+R
Recording Speed 16x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer No
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Matt Silver
Video Recording Time 120 min
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