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Maxell Corp. Launches CD Copy Station, High-Capacity DVD-RAM Discs

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Maxell Corp. Launches CD Copy Station, High-Capacity DVD-RAM Discs

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Maxell Corp. of America, a leading developer of magnetic and computer storage media, has teamed with Primera Technology, Inc. and Cedar Technologies to bring limited-run CD duplication capability to the desktop with the new Maxell CD Copy Station. Maxell has also announced its new 4.7-GB single-sided and 9.4-GB doublesided DVD-RAM media.

CD Copy Station

The Maxell CD Copy Station combines duplication software, a CD autoloader, and two CD recorders from Cedar Technologies with a CD color inkjet printer from Primera Technology to create a turnkey system for duplicating and custom printing compact discs.

"Maxell is very excited to have partnered with these two fine companies to pioneer an affordable and compact CD-duplication system for the desktop," said Rich D'Ambrise, Maxell's engineering and new-product-development manager. "We believe the Maxell CD Copy Station is ideal for duplicating business presentations, training materials, software, music demos, and more in the office or at retail locations."

The new Maxell Copy Station is capable of loading, cleaning, recording, verifying, and printing up to 50 CDs per hour automatically, recording at 8x speed. Suggested retail price is $9,995 and includes a starter consumable pack of Maxell disks, ink cartridges, jewel cases, and inserts. The color printer portion of the system prints the disc after it has been recorded and features 1,200-by-1,200 dpi resolution, printing 1.44 million pixels per square inch in about I minute or less. …

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