by Mike/Helvetica Sysop
Fuji Quality Disks
This number is realy amazing. The special binding system (RD) made by Fuji Film (and don't tell me you've never heard of THEM) and a special additiv ingredient alow the passes of one track to supersede the phenomenal number of 30'000'000 without leaving any traces of use on the material. Changing outside conditions like high humidity or extreme temperature changes ( as can occur from the car in to the warm computerroom in the winter) also can't break the constant errorless working of these disks. The individual "Random-Direkt-Accessing" technique from Fuji Film sets by direct access randomly the direction of the magnetic particals in the coating which reduces the modulation to less than 3%. (The ECMA directions ask for a max of 10% for the disk to be i the category of high quality disk, so the 3% make this limit without any problems as you can see) All colored disks are heat resistent up to 60 degree C, since its jackets resist to the deformation wich occurs usuallly at these temperatures. (And don't tell me that you keep your disks in the stofe which is probably the only place which gets hotter) Naturally you receive a 100% Guarantied disk, which will be replaced if you have any errors on them.
Do you programm, or develop grafics or music? Then you know the annoying feeling of loosing some of your data because your disks are of poor quality. Of course, for a game or some other little application you do not need the exclussive Quality of High Quality Fuji Disks, but for your every day work they can save you a lot of aggrivation since they'll keep your important data safer than the standart Disks. Another aspect of the Fuji disks is their color. With it you can easily organize your different files and programms in their collored categirie. If you sell Public Domain, then you should put your master copy of programs on quality disks and you should offer your clients of buying your stuff on Fuji color disks. You are a Nr. 1 swapper? Then you certainly want to impress your partners with these disks, with their name and with their color. If you are none of the above, but you sell Harware, then you might be interesten in taking these Disks into your Product selection. (For orders over 500 pieces do ask for reseller price). Remember a demo of yours is a good place to put an add (i.e. in the scroller etc.)!
If you are interested in any Format of these Disks look through the advertisements.
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #4" by Brainstorm 1990.
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