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  • Coming across 5 or 6 bad discs out of a total of 50 is definitely not bad, especially considering how much cheaper these are compared to the HP or Sony branded CD-R's

    • by Abe Arceo
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      Being the IT specialist at work, I’m constantly gettin requests to burn different different types of media throughout the day, usually in the form of CD-R’s or DVD-R’s. Until recently, we’ve always purchased some of the more expensive brands such as Sony or HP. We came across a good deal of Staples branded

      CD-R’s and decided to give them a try since they were cheaper and came in a bigger quantity.

      After using the staples branded CD-R’s for about a month, we were completelys old and satisified with our choice. Out of a stack of 50, we came across 5 or 6 that caused us issues. Coming ...


      • across 5 or 6 bad discs out of a total of 50 is definitely not bad, especially considering how much cheaper these are compared to the HP or Sony branded CD-R’s.

        These CD-R’s burned data and copied data just as fast as the more expensive brands did, and we have yet to come across a

        computer that could not read anything that we burned to these CD-Rs. We have been buying the Staples CD-Rs exslusively now and will continue to do so as long as we have been getting the same results from the past couple of weeks.

        So far though we are very happy with these CD-R’s!




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