Delkin Archival Gold Blu-Ray Discs Keep Your Data Good for Two Centuries

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Manufacturers are powering up on their Blu-ray disc development, now the format war's over: just two weeks ago we had the 6x speed ones, and now Delkin has these archive-quality discs. According to Delkin they're the first BDs "guaranteed to preserve data safely for over 200 years" and they use some sort of patented phase-change tech to make the discs resistant to UV degradation. They're also 25GB, 4x speed burnable and have an anti-scratch coating. You're only going to want to preserve really important stuff on them though: a ten-pack will cost you $250. Now, to find a Blu-ray player that'll last two centuries... [Reghardware]

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RainyDayInterns

Ha... kind of like having our stuff videotaped using VHS and saved in case we needed for insurance purposes. We would have gladly transferred the contents to DVD except we no longer have any working VCRs :-)