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Newegg.com has 50-Pack PlexDisc 25GB 6X BD-R White Inkjet Hub Printable Discs (633-214) on sale for $37.99 - $24 w/ coupon code MYSTD13C = $13.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Jcomey2020
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Yup. Star Wars VII sold about $150 million worth on Bluray alone so far... it's still a better quality product than streaming.
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Safe to say most are making movie backups or are archiving large files. Since BD-R is read-only you really can't compare it to RW mechanical storage.
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Thanks! Was running low on my stash. I've used these many times with 0 coasters so far (LG burner)
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Was tempted but scared off by the bad reviews, seems like a bad deal
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if only dual-layer BD-Rs ever caught on enough so the prices would drop..alas
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I still have 2 spindles from the last few times these were this cheap. My old Blue Ray player a first gen Panasonic did not like them but my new Sony UHD player plays them fine burned from a OLD LG H20L burner at 4x.
I haven't tried them in my new LG WH16NS40 yet but pretty sure they should hit rated speed with it.
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if only dual-layer BD-Rs ever caught on enough so the prices would drop..alas
I'm of the same mind.
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Grabbed 2 for free shipping... Should do me for a while..
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People still use CDs?
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For people who use these discs, is it mainly because of the lower cost? It is a relatively fragile, slow, and read-only medium. I can see the cost advantage, however. You are getting 1.25TB of storage here for $14. That's about a third of a desktop HDD.
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People still use CDs?
Yup. Star Wars VII sold about $150 million worth on Bluray alone so far... it's still a better quality product than streaming.
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For people who use these discs, is it mainly because of the lower cost? It is a relatively fragile, slow, and read-only medium. I can see the cost advantage, however. You are getting 1.25TB of storage here for $14. That's about a third of a desktop HDD.
Safe to say most are making movie backups or are archiving large files. Since BD-R is read-only you really can't compare it to RW mechanical storage.
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Complete rubbish. Open your wallet and stick with Verbatim.
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FYI, these discs use to be decent but then they changed factories and now they're trash.
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