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Lite-On Unveils Customizable eNAU608 DVD Writer

Lite-On Europe announced that it is launching its eNAU608 external DVD writer, which features 8x DVD±R recording speed as well as an interchangeable top cover.

Vinpower Launches Daisy Chain LightScribe Tower Duplicators

Vinpower Digital announced its SharkCopier DCLS standalone manual tower CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) daisy chain duplication systems with LightScribe capabilities. According to the statement, these units offer all the options and benefits from Vinpower’s SharkCopier LS line of duplicators with the added capability to be linked together in a chain, copying or printing [...]

Lite-On Europe Unveils 12X Blu-ray Writer

Lite-On Europe announced its new 12X Blu-ray Disc (BD) writer, the iHBS212. According to the statement, this PC-compatible Blu-ray writer is capable of recording and playing back the most popular media formats including Blu-ray, DVD and CD. In addition to writing BD-R single-layer (SL) discs at 12X, the iHBS212 writes double-layer (DL) BD-R media at [...]

Sony Optiarc Rolls Out DVD Rewritable Drives

Sony Optiarc America announced two new optical disc drives – the new portable, slim external DVD/CD recordable drive and the second generation half height internal 24X DVD/CD recordable drive.

LG Super Multi Blue Rewriter BH08LS20 Review

The Super Multi Blue Internal Blu-ray Disc Rewriter BH08LS20 is far more than just a mouthful to say. Not only is it the latest and greatest optical disc recorder from LG Electronics, it’s chock-full of handy features, turns heads with its speedy operation and is an amiable PC storage companion.

LightScribe Colour Background CD-R Discs Hit the Streets

Hewlett-Packard announced the widespread U.S. availability of five new colour backgrounds (red, orange, yellow, blue, green) for LightScribe CD-R discs.

HP LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling Review

What’s the best way to label a disc — marker? sticker? printer? The inventive folks at Hewlett-Packard think they have the answer with LightScribe, promising slick labels with fewer hassles. But does HP’s LightScribe live up to the hype?