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|1st July 2005, 19:06||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
LightScribe:Professional Labels in Your DVD Recorder!
Since the introduction of double layer media, the only significant area for differentiation between DVD recorders has been speed. But even here, development will soon reach the theoretical limits as we get closer and closer to the maximum speed of 16X. Consequently, manufacturers will be obliged to add more functions if they want to stay ahead of the game.
The latest novelty, LightScribe, is a fairly useful addition. It allows a recorder to actually label the CD (or DVD) directly. No more messy marker pens or sticky labels. Picture yourself producing professional-style labels using the same laser that burns your data, right inside your own CD/DVD drive! Is it worth it? Read on as we find out.
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