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Monday, September 08, 2003
TDK launches quality printable DVD-R discs


TDK announced a new series of printable DVD-R media, promising photograph quality results with inkjet printers. Availability is planned from October 10th.

Two types of printable media are available. The "DVD-R47PHG"(the 4.7GB/ one side for data) and the "DVD-R120PHF" (120 minutes/the one side for video) will be available either on single or 5-pack packages. Its price will be approximately 600 Yen (4.7 Euro) for the single disc package and 2,300 Yen (18 Euro) for the 5pc package.


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