Scan code: LN108505 Manufacturer code: 43827

Verbatim 3 Pack 25GB MDISC BD-R 4X

3 Pack Verbatim 43827, 25GB, MDISC BD-R 4X, Matt Silver, Slim Case

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Scan code: LN108505 Manufacturer code: 43827
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Product Overview

Preserve and Protect Your Files

Verbatim MDISC is the new standard in digital storage designed to preserve and protect your files by engraving your information into a patented “rock-like” layer, resistant to light, temperature, and humidity.

Industry standard ISO/IEC 10995 tests carried out by Millenniata showed the expected mean lifetime of an MDISC DVD to be 1,332 years, with just 5% of discs showing signs of data loss after 667 years. Therefore the projected lifetime is expected to be several hundreds of years

This means whether you’re saving precious photographs, music libraries, medical documents, and more, you’ll have the reassurance of knowing it’s on a disc designed to last a lifetime.

Features
• Capacity: 25GB.
• Speed: 4x.
• Pack Style: 3 Pack Slim Case.
• Disc Surface: Matt Silver.

MDISC BD R has to be written with an MDISC Ready BD-R burner (see below for compatibility) and is readable by most current BD R drives.
Specifications
Capacity 25GB
Pack Style 3
Media Type BD-R
Type  
Recording Speed 4x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer No
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface  
Video Recording Time  
Additional Information
Scan Code LN108505
Model Number 43827
GTIN 0023942438274
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Details
Duration:
9999 months
Type:
Direct
RTB Period:
9999 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Verbatim
Telephone:
01784 439 781
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