aviationwiz wrote:Can't say I'd buy any, I'm quite happy with Ritek DVD-R's.
Not so sure how you can guarantee a price lower than meritline charges for the DVD-R's, that's an odd pricing point, and you'd have to match every sale...
I also need inkjet printables, heh. Besides, Optodisc quality varies from what I have read. One day you hated the 4x media, and loved the 8x, the next it's the other way around. Just couldn't bring myself to buying Optodisc DVD-R's.
The problem isn't the disc quality, it's the testing quality
I have no way of knowing if what I'm looking at is accurate, and it's pissing me off to no end! All I can say at this point is everything works, and I haven't had a single problem in anything yet.
Also, out of over 58,000 pcs of the Optodisc 4x DVD-Rs sold in the last 4.5 weeks, I haven't had a single complaint... not even 1 (a lot of people switched from Ritek to Optodisc recently
Also, it is very easy to keep up with Meritline's Ritek pricing. You have to remember that Ritek is the single most expensive Taiwanese made DVDR in the world. And the only reason my DVDRs would only be a little cheaper then Ritek is because I would be getting them in batches of 10,000pcs and Meritline gets them in batches of millions. (also, Meritline is the only good customer that Ritek USA has left!
Punch Cards -> Paper Tape -> Tape Drive -> 8" Floppy Diskette -> 5 1/4" Floppy Diskette -> 3 1/2" "Flippy" Diskette -> CD-R -> DVD±R -> BD-R
The Progression of Computer Media