Memorex 05621 DVD+R 100PK 16X Spindle

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Memorex 05621 DVD+R 100PK 16X Spindle

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16x DVD+R 4.7GB Discs on 100 pack Spindle... The DVD+R 100 pack is used with Recordable Drives that support DVD+R media. The DVD+R disc is write-once, single sided and can store up to 4.7GB of data or 2 hours of video.

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Model No.: 05621
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.0
Origin of Components: USA or Imported
Walmart No.: 507095
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Customer Reviews | 136 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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really good product at a value price
10/26/2010

Customer review by huckleberry2

4.0 stars by huckleberry2

the dvd's had a readily acceptable media when burning and 0 (zero) defects in the 100 count pack. the price made it an excellent value. it doesn't get much better than that. huckleberry2

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Great!
10/21/2010

Customer review by CoconutJAS

5.0 stars by CoconutJAS

Great price for a great product.

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1/20/2012

Customer review by craigyeggy

1.0 stars by craigyeggy

used 20 dvd already and 15% of them had glitches where they were unusable, i would not buy this product again. help from the manufacture does not exist with problems.

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by Dawn41 12/2/2011
  • yes it can
    by lovesyardart3/7/2013
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  • They cannot hold anything. They do not work. CANNOT RECORD ON THIS DISC comes up.
    by PICADILLY20131/31/2013
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  • Yes they can hold pictures. I don't know about word programs.
    by Wolflady270512/29/2012
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  • You can put lots and lots of pics and word documents on these discs.
    by Willywilly113/10/2012
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  • DVD+R can indeed hold pictures, documents, music, video -- really, any kind of data. I would seriously look at how much data you want to store first, to get the most out of the disc. Most documents and many pictures in the old days were tiny sizes (a few kB), whereas a DVD+R holds about 4.35GB (Windows format), so that would be a lot of wasted space just for 2-3MB of data. However, DVDs don't have the issue of topcoat scratching, so it is a better long-term media storage solution.
    by BrassEye3/5/2012
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  • Yes, it will hold a ton of pictures and documents.
    by CLB332/20/2012
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  • It can hold ANY digital data you care to place on it up to and including 4.7 GB's of that data. I hope this helps you.
    by 4Reality2/5/2012
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  • it will hold any data
    by toppsman1/22/2012
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  • Yes it can. A DVD media is just like any other storage media. You can store data, music, videos, or even make DVDs that can be played in regular DVD players using specific software so you don't need a PC to watch your vacation. =)
    by IgorLA1/20/2012
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  • Yes it holds photos and docs
    by AceMcD1/3/2012
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by an anonymous customer 2/2/2011
  • There are two standards dvd-r &+r what you make your determination from them is what drive do you have in your computer .majority of consumers have +r really no technical differences.
    by Marisdaman11/5/2013
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  • According to netforbeginners.about.com, The Standards Differences 1) The DVD-R (pronounced "DVD dash R") and -RW media formats are officially approved by the standards group DVD Forum. The DVD Forum was founded by Mitsubishi, Sony, Hitachi, and Time Warner, so it has tremendous industry support for its technical standards. 2) DVD+R ("DVD plus” R) and +RW formats are not approved by the DVD Forum standards group, but are instead supported by the DVD+RW Alliance. The DVD+RW Alliance is supported by Sony, Yamaha, Philips, Dell, and JP, so it also has tremendous industry support for its technical standards. Note that Sony supports both organizations. 3) Trivia "DVD Slim" format is not approved by any standards body. 4) Trivia: DVD RAM is a late 1990's format that has lost popularity, and is effectively a non-choice for consumers today, since most movies in 2004 will not play on DVD RAM. The Functional Differences The main functional differences between DVD-R and DVD+R are: 1) the DVD recorder's built-in defects management, 2) the way the recorders format and rewrite DVDs, 3) the price.
    by KarshnerShagger9/13/2013
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  • My understanding is that the + stands for a more space and better quality
    by mega243459/3/2013
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  • Part 2: Choosing a DVD Player-Burner For Yourself: DVD "dash" R versus DVD "plus" R If you simply need a DVD player for your PC or your TV, then the choices are relatively straightforward. Outside of the bells and whistles of "progressive scan", bookmarking, and other enhancements, every DVD player is effectively the same for the basic functions. If you are shopping for a DVD player-burner (that plays AND records DVDs), then you have two major format choices to evaluate, and they can be confusing: Burner Choice 1) DVD-R or DVD-RW Format Burner Choice 2) DVD+R or DVD+RW Format http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/multimedia/a/DVD_explained.htm
    by FresnoJoe5/25/2013
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  • DVD-R are recommended ONLY for DVD usage (i.e. an actual DVD-structured disc), whereas DVD+R is more used for data storage. -R discs can handle data, but are more likely to "fail" for this purpose (yes, the data is there, but is harder to extract), while +R discs for some reason get a bit choppy when used in a DVD player. It's something I've noticed burning discs over the last decade or so.
    by BrassEye5/25/2013
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  • Microsoft supports the +r format.
    by CLB332/20/2012
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  • http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/multimedia/a/DVD_explained.htm The main functional differences between DVD-R and DVD+R are: 1) the DVD recorder's built-in defects management, 2) the way the recorders format and rewrite DVDs, 3) the price. The Functional Differences According to the claims of the DVD Alliance, using a DVD+R/+RW recorder will let you do the following: 1. Instantly eject without having to wait for finalized formatting. 2. Ability to record one DVD disc partially on PC and partially on television. 3. Background formatting: while the disc is being formatted, you can simultaneously record on already-formatted portions of the same disc. 4. Enhanced ability to edit filenames, movie and song titles, and playlists. 5. 100% compatibility with all other DVD players, while still enjoying these extra recording features. These customer benefits are documented in detail at the DVD Alliance website: http://www.dvdrw.com/why/customer-benefits.htm I hope this helps you.
    by 4Reality3/31/2013
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  • From "http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/multimedia/a/DVD_explained_2.htm": The DVD+R/+RW format offers subtle extra functionality for people who record their own movies and audio. The Standards Differences 1) The DVD-R (pronounced "DVD dash R") and -RW media formats are officially approved by the standards group DVD Forum. The DVD Forum was founded by Mitsubishi, Sony, Hitachi, and Time Warner, so it has tremendous industry support for its technical standards. 2) DVD+R ("DVD plus” R) and +RW formats are not approved by the DVD Forum standards group, but are instead supported by the DVD+RW Alliance. The DVD+RW Alliance is supported by Sony, Yamaha, Philips, Dell, and JP, so it also has tremendous industry support for its technical standards. Note that Sony supports both organizations. Bottom Line: if you don't know for sure that you NEED the -R, buy the +R.
    by IgorLA5/25/2013
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  • dvd-r plays on more machines than dvd+r
    by AceMcD1/3/2012
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  • These are simply different formats.... The DVD-R/RW standard was developed by Pioneer, and is used mostly by Apple and Pioneer. These discs can only be written to in one layer on the discs surface. Also, this format is supported by the DVD forum, but is in no way an industry standard. DVD-R/RW discs are cheaper than the “plus” format. The DVD+R/RW format is supported by Philips, Dell, Sony, HP, and Microsoft. These discs can be written to in multiple layers, giving them slightly better and more disc storage than the DVD-R format. Because of this additional capacity, they are slightly more expensive than “minus“ discs. Be safe....use DVD+R
    by Oneangelnani9/6/2013
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