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Saturday, December 18, 2004
Titanium DVD-R


This latest disc from Datawrite has been codenamed "Titanium", and utilises the rock solid Mitsubishi dye normally found in high-end discs by Tier 1 Brand Names.

From the tough titanium sandblast finish to the highest grade polycarbonate plastic (less than 0.00001% defect), everything about this disc is bombproof and follows on from Datawrite?s ability for making very high quality discs at very affordable prices.

The Mitsubishi dye used on this disc is at the forefront of dye technology in the world today. It is 100% rock-solid in terms of compatibility and playback and is a whole generation ahead of any other disc in the market.

Datawrite Titanium will set the standard for all discs to follow.

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