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Old 14 Dec 2008, 01:44 AM   #1
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Newegg.com selling 100 cake box of 16x+R
26.99 before 8.00 rebate...

btw: picture on site is older stock photo....
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rago 88, thanks for the heads up. Just ordered...
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Newegg.com selling 100 cake box of 16x+R
26.99 before 8.00 rebate...

btw: picture on site is older stock photo....
Hi rago,
Thanks for the Find ... Great Post ... I was just running out of my DVD+Rs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817507003

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Mine arrived yesterday - Newegg is the fastest shipper around . They are, it should be noted, +R RW discs. I've never used RW, only 'straight' +R...hope there are no drawbacks to using RW. And by the way, they're manufactured in Taiwan.

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Mine arrived yesterday - Newegg is the fastest shipper around . They are, it should be noted, +R RW discs. I've never used RW, only 'straight' +R...hope there are no drawbacks to using RW. And by the way, they're manufactured in Taiwan.
Hi rosario,

Could you post back and tell us if they burn a little "Slower" since they are RW!!!!

It seems to me with CD-RW ... they tend to burn a bit slower than CD-Rs.

Thanks ... and MERRY XMAS!

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gonwk,

Burned five discs so far and haven't really noticed any difference from 'straight' +R. But you should know that I'm not a 'power user'. Most of my discs are done at 4X, as I favor quality over quantity, and at that speed I've not experienced any change...
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Hi Rosario,

All I have to say for 4x ... is ... "You be a Patient Lady!"

Have a Wonderful XMAS and Kiss Toby for me ... is Santa gonna bring him anything this year!?!?

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gonwk,

Thanks! I wish I was kissed as often by my wife as is Toby!! But I'll give him another one with your name on it!

And yes, there are some 'Greenies' and other treats already under the tree for the little guy. Life is good...very, very good...for our fur friend.

Merry Christmas
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