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Burn and label up to 10 discs in one machine, with or without a PC.
Use the the CopyWriter LightScribe Tower Premium PRO 1 to 10 Duplicator to Burn LightScribe CD-Rs, DVD+Rs, or DVD-Rs one at a time or by the thousands. Burn CDs at 48X and DVDs at 18X. When the job completes, turn the discs over and print ten labels all at once with LightScribe's laser-etching technology by HP.
A built-in hard drive allows you to store multiple master disc images and label designs, or extract audio tracks and mix your own discs. The intuitive 5-button panel and multi-line display make copying discs easy for the novice user while keeping all the high-end, power-user features that the most demanding customers have come to expect from Microboards like disc verification mode and adjustable recording speeds.
Labeling time depends heavily on content, hardware, media and print mode used. Typically for title-only content, a labeling time of 2-5 minutes can be expected. For full disc graphics in Best quality mode, labeling times of 20-35 minutes can be expected.
Quality components and careful assembly—backed by industry leading service—ensure you'll be burning discs and printing labels trouble-free for years to come.
Can work standalone, or with a Mac or PC via USB 2.0.
Stop labeling discs with messy ink—order a LightScribe tower today!
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Comments about Microboards LightScribe DVD/CD Premium PRO 1 to 10:
This tower duplicator is great. The drives burn very fast, and I've never had an error. The only issue I have is that it is advertised with the ability to hook up via USB to Mac and PC. After speaking with Microboards' tech support on multiple occasions, I learned that this is in fact the OLD model (the new one has a 7 button panel) and it does not have USB transfer support (meaning you can not load images onto the hard drive from you computer, you MUST burn a disc and load it from the reader drive in the tower). So if you're looking for something that is more up to date, this is not the model for you. It's definitely great for a "first tower duplicator" though, that's for sure.