Verbatim Blu-ray Recordable Media - BD-R - 4x - 100 GB - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim M-Disc™ optical media is the new standard for digital archival storage. Unlike traditional optical media, which utilize dyes that can break down over time, data stored on an M-Disc is engraved on a patented inorganic write layer - it will not fade or deteriorate. This unique engraving process renders these archival grade discs practically impervious to environmental exposure, including light, temperature and humidity.
ISO/IEC 16963 standard longevity tests have proven the durability of M-Disc technology, and it withstood rigorous testing by the US Department of Defense. Based on ISO/IEC 16963 testing, M-Disc media has a projected lifetime of several hundred years.
Designed for widely distributed large data such as scientific images, video, and other commercial application object data, Verbatim M-Disc BD-R media have a storage capacity of 100GB - allowing you to use fewer discs while archiving your files.
The Verbatim M-Disc 4X BD-R is inkjet and hub printable, allowing you to create custom disc surfaces and artwork for your BD-R discs. Compatible with the latest inkjet disc printers, the printable surface offers full-surface, edge-to-edge printing and rapid-dry ink absorption for clear text and photo-quality images.
- Projected lifetime of several hundred years (based on ISO/IEC 16963 testing)
- Stored data is engraved - ultimate archival solution
- Impervious to environmental exposure, including light, temperature and humidity
- Withstood rigorous testing for durability by US Department of Defense
- 100GB storage capacity
- Create custom disc surface artwork using your inkjet disc printer
- Rapid-dry ink absorption for clear text and high quality images
- 10-Year Limited Warranty
- Blu-ray recordable media offers colossal capacity limit of 100 GB on a single disc, which is five times more limit than a standard DVD media, permitting you to set aside 2 hours of HD quality video
- The 100 GB disc gives you enough space to store recordings, valuable photographs, significant data, and a whole music library