Sony's Single Sided DVD-RW features AccuCORE technology, the latest development in DVD media, delivering enhanced recording precision and playing choices. As the world leader in optical technology, Sony has developed and optimized optical formats. With AccuCORE, the standard of quality is again raised thanks to its optical organic dye and improved molding and bonding process.
2.8GB storage capacity
SP Mode: 30 minutes
100x more scratch-resistant than standard discs
Archival reliability for picture clarity after long-term storage
Anti-Static Technology repels dust, debris and fingerprints
These Work Well in my Toshiba DVD recorder and Toshiba DVD/TV
If you have a Toshiba DR570 recorder--
but they should be fine. Have used Sony discs many times before
Strongly recommend for older DVD recorders
Top Negative Reviews
Sony DVD-RW discs
can't fit enough dvd on it
DVDs just can't rewrite after 2 or 3 times
Now you can create, edit and archive home movies and digital photos while storing and accessing data from one disc. DVD-RW discs capture all digital data brilliantly, and are large enough to hold oversized digital movie files.
Create and store digital video, audio and multimedia files
Stores up to 4.7GB or more than two hours of MPEG2 video
Compatible for playback with most DVD players and DVD-ROM drives
Imation DVD+RW discsthe complete solution for your recording and storage needs. You can store up to 4.7GB worth data and video content for PC and entertainment applications. This equals more than two hours of high quality MPEG2 DVD video or a combination of both digital video and digital audio files, all on the same disc. This media is flexible.
Rewritable format allows 1,000 rewrite cycles
Two-way compatibility between DVD Video discs & players with DVD+RW discs & recorders
Holds seven times more data than a full size CD-R
Outstanding picture quality.Long archival life.Data transferring.Video recording or authoring.Duplicating.Software development.Consumer video recording.Graphics and advertising applications.Home recording