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Verbatim MDISC BDXL - 100 GB, 4 times the burn speed with lifelong archiving, 5 pieces in a jewel case £25.44 @ Amazon Germany
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Stellar price but make sure you have a machine that can write MDISK To protect your files, the data is burned in a stone-like storage layer that is insensitive to light, temperature and…
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Buckyball

Price is up again. That is excatly the use for them.

Adal_Qureshi

Is online storage not the way forward?

kobrakaan1

Ritek G05 by any chance? I had an Epson Disc printer too (y) (lol)

sv70

I think this is a Great medium for long term archival storage of family photos, cheaper in the long run than cloud storage subscriptions as well!

uni

but any person who uses good practice will have the drive backed up and can get another drive and copy it across plus over time, people will usually get more data and with drives generally getting bigger and cheaper over time, move/upgrade to new bigger drives over time, so in reference to the 15 year period someone mentioned, in 15 years, i can't imagine many people interested in data collection/backing up etc to the degree they would have a BDXL burner (as that was one of the more expensive and less available types of drives when BD burners became popular years ago) and buy discs to burn data, would not be properly backing up data on HDD and upgrading drives so over time the old data is shifted to newer drives i used to burn a lot of discs and even have a couple of HDdvd/Bluray combo drives and even i never bothered with the BDXL drives, mainly as the media was way too expensive originally and HDD sizes were pretty big and reasonably priced at the time instead of burning files to a disc to play and watch stuff on the tv, you can just stream with a firestick or android box with kodi or plex and you don't need to change discs etc

Verbatim DVD-R 50 pack spindle £1 in store Sainsbury’s Brookwood
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Verbatim DVD-R 50 pack spindle £1 in store Sainsbury’s Brookwood£1Sainsbury's Deals
Old skool deal Verbatim 50 pack DVD-R spindle for £1. Not even sure why I bought a pack! In store at Sainsbury’s Brookwood
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Ultra_Magnus

Verbatim were the quality go-to disc. I used to 'backup' my personal copies of games to these. Getting the right firmware on the burner drive was so important. I remember computer fairs were just rammed - my local was the Birmingham Motorbike Museum. Every Sunday morning was a nightmare - people with pushchairs and screaming kids, it was like a family outing with dad looking to change his soundcard and get a good deal on a USR modem.

John59

£100, a bargain! I paid £450 for a 2x Philips SCSI one I seem to remember.

_Sparky_

Floppy disks? What is this modern technological wizardry you speak of? It seems like only yesterday I was buying blank C90 cassettes to back up my copies of Spectrum games....... ;)

gardner1

Think the last time I used these was back in the day of all the DVD rental sites well before all the streaming sites came along.....you could get all the 1-3 month trials and do quite a few copies every week. In fact I've still got half a pack of blank DVDs somewhere gathering dust so although £1 a pack its a no from me

pKaTz

Thanks . Will come in handy

Verbatim 49174 64GB V3 Store 'n' Go USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Grey 80MB/sec read, 25MB/sec write £5.99 prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Verbatim 49174 64GB V3 Store 'n' Go USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Grey 80MB/sec read, 25MB/sec write £5.99 prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£5.99£11.8950% offAmazon Deals
Not the fastest but also not the slowest USB flash drive. The best price on Amazon so far was £6.49. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Free p&p with Prime. Based on USB 3.0 theoret…
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OOS And "Minimum order quantity of 4" @ £23.96. 👎

Verbatim 64GB Fingerprint Secure USB3.0 Nano Drive with 256-BIT AES Hardware Encription £23.99 at Scan
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Verbatim 64GB Fingerprint Secure USB3.0 Nano Drive with 256-BIT AES Hardware Encription £23.99 at Scan£23.99£29.0217% off Free P&P FreeScan Deals
Good price for a 64Gb pen drive .. these normally sell around £40 +
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Shabikus

I am sure the HR Department might frown on this tho

PAISAL

Bulk buy loads for work. Then have fun fingering them all.

Shabikus

Good price compared to other resellers - with the added security it’s a decent price

r200ti

indeed, i can always try and negotiate my safety in exchange for my msi bios file and benchmark screenshot from my sons PC with a password protected storage device. With this they just give me a whack, cut my finger off and that precious screenshot and bios download is theirs. Not worth the risk.

The_Name_With_No_Man

You have to be alive for someone to force you to give up your password. Not so with fingerprint security.

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Verbatim PinStripe USB 2.0 Drive 64GB - Black - £7.99 @ Robert Dyas (Free Click+Collect)
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Verbatim PinStripe USB 2.0 Drive 64GB - Black - £7.99 @ Robert Dyas (Free Click+Collect)£7.99£19.9960% offRobert Dyas Deals
With USB ports in almost every computer and popping up in cars, DVD and multimedia players, TV's, photo frames and more, USB drives are now being considered an essential accessory. The PinS…
Computerman

Cold sorry this a bad buy

Hoopz89

First comment and it’s not cold

Haircut_100

“Was £19.99”, lol.

Kinio

£5 would be good prices

Uridium

Can get usb3 for this price. Sorry it's cold

Verbatim 49064 32 GB PinStripe USB Flash Drive - Black £3.66 prime (+£4.49 nonPrime) (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
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Verbatim 49064 32 GB PinStripe USB Flash Drive - Black £3.66 prime (+£4.49 nonPrime) (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon£3.66Amazon Deals
32GB 2.0 Free Shipping with prime - see new other sellers for price
Leftfield_2k2

Personally I'd pay the extra quid and grab this Kingston! Not only is it faster and smaller it also comes with solid metal casing for far better mechanical protection!! As others have said if you are not bothered about speed then the verb is a decent brand for the price.

wayne1482

I just spent that bit more and went for this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B088PCYBBJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_PKDS8F79AMSY583Y5CSN

drnkbeer

Used to have a few of these, they are quite slow, especially now by comparison. So if you have a suitable application that doesn't need quick write speeds they'll be fine. Good price for the capacity and brand.