The new discs incorporate TDKs DURABIS 2 hard coating technology for enhanced durability and are expected to be available to the European market at the beginning of April.
The media is coated with a special inkjet-optimised surface that delivers bright, high-resolution full colour images and text, but also prevents warping a potential problem with standard inkjet surfaces.
TDK has partnered with Primera to optimise the printable surface of its BD-R media for use with Primeras line of inkjet BD-R disc publishing and duplication products. The discs can be used for backup in mission critical applications such as medical imaging, digital photography and financial record archiving and publishing.
Thermal Printable BD-R Discs
TDK extended its partnership with Rimage to bring its printable surface BD-R media to the European region for use with Rimages line of thermal BD-R disc publishing solutions.
The DURABIS 2 hard coating technology promise performance and durability. The discs will be available in Europe at the beginning of April 2007.