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Pros: Burns and reads like a DVD. Some peace of mind.
Cons: No surface to write on, but then I guess the inks would affect the life of the product. Read more
Their ad says these discs are compatible with any DVD, CD drive, but THEY'RE NOT!!! My DVD drive does not recognize these discs, and when I contacted their customer support they... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Dennis A. Pratt
Cool looking media. Quite expensive and who knows if they really will keep data for 1000 years? Who will have a player for such DVD's in the far future? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Glyn Davies
These things are great. They may or may not last 1,000 years, but they should last long enough.Published 1 month ago by John Link
The manufacturer describes the M Disc as "extremely durable and does not corrupt even in extreme environmental conditions"... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Erickson
So far, so good. I just want a safe way to keep my info so I don't have to worry about reduplicating everything across new machines and broken stuff.Published 12 months ago by jj
How much can you say about a blank DVD? They work -- I can record to them just fine. Since their benefit is longevity, vs. Read morePublished 12 months ago by F. Domina
These look good, but one has to wonder about the usefulness of a 1000 year life, after all by then there won't be any working DVD players !Published 14 months ago by GUSR19
These do require an M-Disc compatible burner. Most of the middle of the road and up LG drives will do the trick. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Craig A. Adams