Infiniti (Blu-ray) Inkjet Printable BD-R 25GB 4x Speed (Tub Of 10) - £10.99 Delivered! (7dayshop) - HotUKDeals
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This has been posted before but I believe it's now cheaper.

Works out £1.10 per disk (for the mathamatically challenged) which for BD-R disks is damn good.

I have used these and they burn up to I think 8x in certain software like IMGBurn and I have had no issues with them at all.
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#1
I think that's the cheapest I've ever seen!

Should have added that they are printable too! Always an added bonus........

Edited By: Faythur on Aug 16, 2010 09:43: edit
#2
I removed printable from the title cos it was long but i'll edit. :D

Infiniti - Blu-ray BD-RE 25GB 2x (2 Speed) Re-Writeable - In Slim Jewel Case - 5 Pack - £12.49

It was these prices that convinced me to get a BluRay writer and us it to back up my photos. Can't really complain when it's a comparable price to 5 DVD-Rs.

Edited By: CyDoNiA on Aug 16, 2010 09:50: Link Added to RWs
#3
The only worry is the longevity of these disks - they may burn fine but can they be accessed in a few years' time? Has anyone used these disks long-term?
#4
good price. Heat added, Damm OP now I am looking for a burner arrgghhh this saving of £6 may cost me £130 :-) lol
#5
CyDoNiA
I removed printable from the title cos it was long but i'll edit. :D

Infiniti - Blu-ray BD-RE 25GB 2x (2 Speed) Re-Writeable - In Slim Jewel Case - 5 Pack - £12.49

It was these prices that convinced me to get a BluRay writer and us it to back up my photos. Can't really complain when it's a comparable price to 5 DVD-Rs.


I'm considering getting 2TB HDD for £80 instead of buying blanks.... Especially as the BR burners are so expensive
#6
siliconbits
I'm considering getting 2TB HDD for £80 instead of buying blanks.... Especially as the BR burners are so expensive


True, but I still archive to optical (DVD) as I don't trust a single (or even mirrored) device to hold my data.
Even if 10% of the discs become unreadable due to degradation that's better than a drive packing in.

Edited By: MBeeching on Aug 16, 2010 12:10: More
#7
HOT - ordered 2 packs :-)
#8
well guys the best writer that I can find under £100 what do you think?

http://www.dabs.com/products/liteon-12x-bd-rw-blu-ray-re-writer-sata-black-inc-cyberlink-bd-software-73BZ.html?refs=4294953226

i am very tempted.
banned#9
Nice find, heat added
#10
it's been this price for a couple of months
#11
MBeeching
siliconbits
I'm considering getting 2TB HDD for £80 instead of buying blanks.... Especially as the BR burners are so expensive


True, but I still archive to optical (DVD) as I don't trust a single (or even mirrored) device to hold my data.
Even if 10% of the discs become unreadable due to degradation that's better than a drive packing in.


I agree, I've been using external hard drives in pairs (a main and a mirror) for my HD Camcorder Videos but this still makes me nervous as both are connected to the same PC - what happens if something catastrophic happens which destroys all the data on both drives? I'm buying a Blu-Ray writer this week so I can have permanent copies kept elsewhere in the house.
#12
If i have a 1tb hdd how can i access blu rays on that? Is it the same as downloading a dvdrip only a larger file size? What is the typical blu ray movie file size? Or can i rip blu ray in some way from my ps3 onto the external hdd? bit confused here.
#13
Thanks for bringing deal to mi attention OP!
#14
decky87
If i have a 1tb hdd how can i access blu rays on that? Is it the same as downloading a dvdrip only a larger file size? What is the typical blu ray movie file size? Or can i rip blu ray in some way from my ps3 onto the external hdd? bit confused here.


U can indeed rip to hdd with something like dvdfab but the eh need from 25 to 50gb of space each for decent length movie!!!! Ummmmmmmm
#15
decky87
If i have a 1tb hdd how can i access blu rays on that? Is it the same as downloading a dvdrip only a larger file size? What is the typical blu ray movie file size? Or can i rip blu ray in some way from my ps3 onto the external hdd? bit confused here.

For HD movie there is a different format so instead of .avi file you will get .mkv.

The problem that you have is that the PS3 does not play .mkv but it does play .mpeg. There are some free sw that you can use to convert the .mkv to mpeg and you do not loose any quality and if you have a decent PC you can do it pretty quick and then stream the mpeg from the PS3.

Hope this helps

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