Meaning of digipak in English:

digipak

Pronunciation /ˈdɪdʒɪpak/

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noun

Trademark
  • A type of packaging for CDs or DVDs, typically made from cardboard with an internal plastic holder for one or more discs.

    ‘The digipak presentation adds to the overall attractiveness of this release.’
    • ‘Lift the entire clipboard section and you'll find the two DVDs underneath, each held fast in a digipak insert.’
    • ‘The sound is clear and warm, and the digipak presentation is attractive, leaving room for the large booklet and cover art by Caravaggio.’
    • ‘According to the publicity, the digipak sleeves stay as close as possible to the original LP artwork.’

Origin

1980s from digital and pack, probably on the pattern of Tetra Pak.