MadBurner wrote:How about a scan of the back?
OK here you are (although it's not very useful
). The single disc has a reorder 43473, the 5-pack is 43474.
alexnoe wrote:If verbatim had printed "8x certified, 12x capable" on them, like Plextor does on their TY 8x +R discs, then nothing would be wrong...
You're right, that would be the proper thing to do, but as a German saying goes "paper is patient" (or long-suffering).
alexnoe wrote:there is no 12x +R standard, and none is planned to be created.
I know that. That's why there aren't any 12x burners, really (my SOHW-1213S is a decent 8x burner with good media, which is all I really need
alexnoe wrote:I would never have expected Verbatim to lie to us to such an extend!
If you feel that strongly about it, I'd suggest sending an e-mail to Verbatim Europe. They've been very open to suggestions in my experience. My main purpose on posting this was to share information.
I've encountered some Verbatim packaging that was (in my eyes) much more misleading! Older forum dwellers may recall my encounter with DataLife Made in Mexico
, but Verbatim was very positive in sorting that out (see later posts in the same thread).