Scan code: LN98623 Manufacturer code: KODAK CD-R LOGO

50 Pack Kodak CD-R 52x Non Printable

Kodak 700MB CD-R 52x Non Printable, White, 50 Pack

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Scan code: LN98623 Manufacturer code: KODAK CD-R LOGO
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Product Overview Kodak White Non Printable Write-Once 52x CD-R offers a safe and secure storage. 700MBs of data or 80 minutes of video can be stored on each of the CDs in this 50 pack. Features • CD-R
• Record speed x52
• Storage capacity is 700MB
Specifications
Capacity 700MB
Pack Style Cakebox
Media Type CD-R
Type  
Recording Speed 52x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer No
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Branded
Video Recording Time 80 min
Additional Information
Scan Code LN98623
Model Number KODAK CD-R LOGO
GTIN 4895199900189
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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50 Pack Kodak CD-R 52x Non Printable
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