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Hello there,

I am here again seeking advice. I have been shown a website that sells comparitively cheaper CD's & DVD's. Can anyone tell me if the following is good and will work well on a Mac to store data AND burn audio CD's?

Datawrite (52x) 80 Minute CDR
Manufacturer ID: Ritek Co.

SVP Communications
The above website is where I've seen them. Look forward to your advice.

Paul
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