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Review of Imation Corp. CD-R 700 MB


Flawless, huge capacity

None thus far

...I'm a bit confused. The picture on Ciao shows the CDR74, 650MB of this product but the description is that of the 700MB, CDR80 version. For the purpose of this review I'll go with Ciao's description - which is lucky because that's the one I own! I've recently completed a TDK CD-R review but when I saw that this alternative TDK product was listed on Ciao, I felt compelled to review this too...

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Review of Imation Corp. CD-R 650 MB 16x


So far they're 100% problem-free

Never say never with CD-Rs

...mania, I've started using their products for my MP3 collections too. Loyal? Well, yes. When the day comes that TDK let me down, I'm off to find a new brand. But in the meantime, if it ain't broke...... WHAT IS A CD-R? CD-R stands for compact disc recordable as opposed to rewritable (that's a CD-RW). The difference between the two formats is that you can use a CD-RW over and over again, but...

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Review of Verbatim CD-R 700 MB 40x


“The only CDR's I use”

published 25/03/2004


More expensive

...I have been burning Cd's for a good number of years now. I use CDr's for backing up data, storing photo's and of course music (but not pirated obviously). What I like about the Verbatim disks is their reliability, I rarley have to throw away a CD because it has failed to write properley from my CD drive. This I feel is worth Paying the expense for. It works out at around 50p per disk...

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