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Millenniata 4.7GB M-Disc Write Once and Read Forever, Read 16x/Write 4x Speed, 25 Pack

SKU: MIMDHA025C MFR: MDHA025C

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About Millenniata

The Millenniata 4.7GB M-Disc Write Once and Read Forever (25 Pack) is for businesses, scrapbookers, photographers, archivists, genealogists, or literally anyone! If you have files, photos, or important documents that you can't afford to lose then you need the M-Disc. Files are literally engraved on the M-Disc and will never suffer from decay or natural degradation. Plus, the M-Disc is compatible with any DVD player so you can access your files whenever you need them!

Millenniata Specifications

Read Speed
16x
Write Speed
4x
Capacity
4.7GB
Quantity
25 Pack
Mfr #
MDHA025C
SKU
MIMDHA025C
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Shopper  Can any DVD writer write to this disk or do I need a special DVD writer?
ERIC N  M-Discs require a drive that is capable of writing M-Discs, so no not every drive is capable of writing to these discs. If a drive is able to write on these, it will be denoted by an M-Disc logo on the front of the drive or it will list it in the specifications or features of the drive. Most drives that support these discs are made by Lg as far as I'm aware, but there are some other manufacturers.
Shopper  Can any DVD writer write to this disk or do I need a special DVD writer?
ERIC N  M-Discs require a drive that is capable of writing M-Discs, so no not every drive is capable of writing to these discs. If a drive is able to write on these, it will be denoted by an M-Disc logo on the front of the drive or it will list it in the specifications or features of the drive. Most drives that support these discs are made by Lg as far as I'm aware, but there are some other manufacturers.
Shopper  Can any DVD writer write to this disk or do I need a special DVD writer?
ERIC N  M-Discs require a drive that is capable of writing M-Discs, so no not every drive is capable of writing to these discs. If a drive is able to write on these, it will be denoted by an M-Disc logo on the front of the drive or it will list it in the specifications or features of the drive. Most drives that support these discs are made by Lg as far as I'm aware, but there are some other manufacturers.
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