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Infiniti Lightscribe discs
Nic Rossmüller : July 17th 2006 - 09:34 CET
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Medea InternationalInfiniti Lightscribe discs : With Infiniti Lightscribe discs you can burn and ‘scribe’ your CD-R using the same device. A special coating is used on the upper surface of the discs that allows a Lightscribe enabled disc burner to ‘burn’ a design onto it. Focused light energy from the laser inside a Lightscribe drive causes a chemical reaction on the thin, dye coated surface on the disc. Because there is no printing involved there is no need for the extra expense of a separate printer. All Lightscribe designs are etched using the laser already inside your disc drive. Using Infiniti Lightscribe discs is very easy. First, burn your information on to the disc (data, photos, music, video etc.) using your Lightscribe disc drive.
Infiniti Lightscribe discsOnce you have finished burning the data, open the disc drive and flip over the disc. You can then, using the same drive, burn your design onto the top surface of the disc. By using label-making software such as SureThing 4S which can be downloaded for free, you can print whatever you want to personalise your discs. This could be text, photos or custom designs. Infiniti Lightscribe discs are the latest addition to the famous Infiniti optical media brand which already includes and extensive range of CD & DVD media.

Infiniti Lightscribe Discs - Benefits
• High Quality Disc Labelling: No more marker pens, only precise, laser etched, elegant designs.
• Easy to Use: The same drive used to record data creates your disc label.
• Mobility: No need for a printer, burn a disc on the move from your laptop.
• Creativity: Total freedom to create anything from the simplest text to complex graphics.

About Medea International
Medea International is also known for the patented PressIt DVD and CD disc labelling system so successfully pioneered in the mid-90’s by Rocky Mountain Traders, (once the 15th fastest growing company in the UK according to the FastTrack 100). PressIt is recognised worldwide as the leader in disc label technologies, but since RMT was acquired by Medea International, the PressIt product portfolio has grown to include other unique, innovative products in the computer consumables market. The PressIt Cleaning Cartridge is another example of innovation.

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