I'm just curious --
In a business setting with native English and non-native English speakers. Most revenue is software based, but there is a significant category that includes physical CDs, DVDs, and USB drives (containing software).
Currently it's called "physical devices" -- however in a financial book, in isolation, this might conjure up the idea of computers & IT resources, especially since it's usually discussed in terms of cost.
Is a "device" the proper term for CD/ DVD/ and USB sticks?
I would imagine personally that "physical media" is a more accurate term - but am I just being pedantic? Or is the idea that a CD is a "device" simply incorrect?
Example sentence: "These are are wholesale costs for blank CDs and DVDs -- they fall under our Sales/ Costs of ____" (Physical Devices, Physical Media, ??)