Infiniti (Blu-ray) Inkjet Printable BD-R, 25GB, 4x Speed Single Layer Disc (10 TUB) - £11.99 delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Infiniti (Blu-ray) INKJET PRINTABLE BD-R 25GB 4x Speed Single Layer Disc (10 TUB)

Blu-ray Disc is the next-generation optical disc format that was developed to enable recording and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. A single-layer Blu-ray Disc can hold 25GB, which can be used to record over 2 hours of HDTV. Blu-ray uses a blue-violet laser to read and write data while current optical disc technologies such as DVD use a red laser. The shorter wavelengths of the Blu-ray technology make it possible to record more data on the same space. These discs are safeguarded by Verbatims super hard coat which protects against everyday wear and tear. With the rapid growth of HDTV, Blu-ray will meet the consumer demand for recording HD programming and is expected to replace VCRs and DVD recorders over the coming years.
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#1
Great price - £1.20 for a printable blu-ray is a bargain, the last lot of printable dual layer dvds I bought cost me more than this.

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#2
Only thing that concerns me is they are cheaper for a reason. I don't know how much trust I would place in disks this cheap for backups of my photos etc.

No denying it's a good price and has me interested.
#3
I'll invest in a writer when dual layer comes down to this price
#4
CyDoNiA
Only thing that concerns me is they are cheaper for a reason. I don't know how much trust I would place in disks this cheap for backups of my photos etc.

No denying it's a good price and has me interested.


Infiniti are a british company. They have other companies produce the media for them. Their recordable DVDs are of comparable quality to Verbatim's.

Have a read of their website:
http://www.medea.co.uk/infiniti/

they look good enough to me
#5
Whats the best price nowadays for a blu-ray writer?
#6
Shame I don't have a BluRay Burner :/
#7
I'd recommend Infiniti.
Used to buy PS1 backups back in the day and the most reliable brand was Infiniti. PS1 was less picky with these.
#8
RichardRichards
Whats the best price nowadays for a blu-ray writer?


About £150 ish, Pioneer BDR-205 is the best on the market
#9
you can pick up the LG for about £120-£130

just upgraded mine recently... awesome bit of kit :)

i use the traxdata full face printable discs there about £14 for 10 on ebay etc..
#10
Great job. Seems like a good deal
I found something similar for a Ritek Blu ray disc at optical-disc.co.uk
Just bought 40 myself at a total cost of £51.44 delivered. Works out a bit more at £1.28 delivered but then i always prefer Ritek. Let me know if you found any Ritek cheaper and i will very happy to check it out.:-D

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