Size (length*width*height): 25cm x 20cm x 20cm
Warranty Period: No Warranty
Warranty Type: No WarrantyOfficial HP DVD-R 4.7Gb 120Min 1~16X With Cake Box
Local Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year
100% Original by HP Malaysia
HP Brand Grade A DVD-R Disc.
120 Min Video
Packaging: Cake Box
What is the difference between the DVD-R and DVD+R formats?
Answer: DVD-R (pronounced "DVD dash R") and DVD+R (pronounced "DVD plus R") are nearly identical formats. The discs look the same and are both supported by most DVD-ROM drives and DVD burners. The only difference between the formats is the way they determine the location of the laser beam on the disc. DVD-R discs use tiny marks along the grooves in the discs, called land prepits, to determine the laser position. DVD+R discs do not have land prepits, but instead measure the "wobble frequency" as the laser moves toward the outside of the disc.
The DVD-R format was developed by Pioneer and was released in the second half of 1997. DVD+R was developed by Sony and Philips and was introduced in 2002. Companies that support DVD-R include Pioneer, Toshiba, Hitachi, and Panasonic, while companies that support DVD+R include Sony, Philips, Hewlett-Packard, Ricoh, and Yamaha.
However, most of these companies now develop hybrid DVD drives that support both DVD-R and DVD+R formats. They are known as DVD?R or DVD?RW drives. When looking for media for your DVD drive, make sure it ends in "-R" if you have a DVD-R drive or "+R" if you have a DVD+R drive. If you have a DVD?R drive, you can use either format. DVD-R is still more popular than DVD+R, but since they are both widely supported, it should not matter which format you choose.
How To Buy
|Zone||Weight||Delivery Fee (RM)|
|East Malaysia||First 1.00 kg||12.00|
|Additional 0.30 kg||4.00|
|Poslaju (West)||First 0.70 kg||8.00|
|Additional 0.20 kg||2.00|