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TDK ships printable recordable BD media with Durabis coating

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 23 Mar 2007 23:09 User comments (5)

TDK ships printable recordable BD media with Durabis coating TDK, a world leader in digital recording solutions, today announced that it has begun shipping recordable Blu-ray Discs with printable surfaces. The two new products are the BD-R25PWX25CB for inkjet systems, and BD-R25THX25CB for thermal systems. The discs cost $24.99. Both incorporate exclusive surface coatings to deliver professional quality printing results. The discs utilize TDK's exclusive Durabis protective coating technology to offer enhanced durability.
You might remember that the first talk of Durabis and Blu-ray claimed you could apparently attack a protected BD disc with a screwdriver and it would be fine. "With the launch of these two new Blu-ray Discs, TDK is reaffirming its role as a leader in the format's advancement," commented Sethu Palat, TDK Director of Marketing.

He continued: "TDK's new 25GB BD-R printable surface media products deliver the exemplary performance and durability required for professional applications. Not only do the discs incorporate TDK's award-winning recording and hard coating technologies; they also offer optimal printing results with specially formulated print to the hub surfaces designed for inkjet and thermal systems."

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5 user comments

124.3.2007 5:15

that's funny......... I want printable DL media and now they skipped that and have printable Blu-ray media!!!!

224.3.2007 6:40

Average consumers like me won't realistically be able to afford consistent usage of Blu-ray technology for another year or two..

The price wars between the next gen discs better start soon..

324.3.2007 6:49

I am already stockpiling my media! So this way I will always have enough media for my burners! hahahahhahahaha

426.3.2007 11:49
BIGnewb
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tdk media sucks and will never buy them again :D

526.3.2007 11:49
BIGnewb
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tdk media sucks and will never buy them again :D

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