• Blank CDs: Ideal for storing digital images, music, and more, this blank CD set includes 10 high-grade non-rewritable blank CD-R discs• Blazing Drive Speeds: Engineered with performance recording dye, our CD-R blank discs allow you to record a full disc in less than 2 minutes using a 52X CD drive• 700MB Capacity: Our CD-R blank discs are ideal for storing up to 700MB of digital images, music (including mp3s), video, and more; Each CD disc stores up to 175 songs or 225 photos• Slim Case Storage: Our blank CDs for burning music, images, and video come packaged in individual slim cases designed to enable long-term dust-free storage• Verbatim Value: Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969 and guarantees this product with a limited lifetime warranty and technical support
Verbatim has been trusted for over 50 years to provide reliable and affordable data storage products and is the leading brand of optical media sold today.
Verbatim prides itself on producing optical media compatible with more drive manufacturers than any other brand in the world, giving our customers better disc burns at rated drive speeds.
Optical discs have a higher long-term reliability than other types of data storage devices. And with long-term archival options, optical media can have lifetimes of hundreds of years.
With better backwards compatibility than tape, flash, or cloud storage, data stored on optical media can be accessed for many years to come.
With data security being a bigger concern than ever, storing important information on physical media lets you take control of your data.
Some optical discs are read-only, meaning once data is written, it cannot be altered, further protecting your data
Optical media remains the most affordable form of storage with an extremely low cost per MB.
The difference between backing-up your data and archiving your data is subtle, but important. Backing-up data is usually done on a daily or weekly basis, to account for any edits or additions you have made. Archiving is a more permanent solution – ideally, you archive data a few times a year and it remains safe for years to come.
Optical media is the ideal media for archiving. It is durable enough to last for years and takes up less physical storage space. The random access file retrieval makes finding data faster and easier. And with better backwards compatibility, data stored on optical media can be accessed for many years to come.