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Dennis Hissink : January 11th 2005 - 13:00 CET

Casio introduces the CW-L300 Disc Title printer


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CasioCasio, Inc., in conjunction with its parent company, Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, announced at the 2005 CES International Show the introduction of the CW-L300 Disc Title Printer, the first of its kind to print both direct to CD and DVD Discs as well as to individual labels. The easy-to-use CW-L300 combines Casio's leading label printer technology with its innovative disc printer capability in one does-it-all device. The CW-L300 is the perfect tool for small business or home office users who want professional applications for their filing and recording systems. This is a must-have printer for efficiency management control. It's also perfect for titling CDs and DVDs with digital music, images, video, or data.
Casio introduces the CW-L300 Disc Title printerOrganizing your business, digital photography and entertainment is now at the tip of your fingers, and couldn’t be easier.

"Casio is renowned for its innovation and the new CW-L300 is just one more example as the first product of its kind to offer both label and direct printing to DVDs and CDs," said John Casey, general manager, Consumer Products Division. "The exploding popularity of DVDs and CDs as both entertainment and the storage medium of choice for home and business users makes Casio's CW-L300 a must have for anyone who wants to stay organized."

The CW-L300 features a QWERTY keyboard for stand-alone operation as well as a USB connection for easy hook-up to a PC. Casio's advanced Disc Title Printer prints directly on your CDs or DVDs without compromising the integrity of the discs, and you can also create tape labels for files and folders. The CW-L300 will be available in March 2005.

The PC software includes five fonts, 4000 characters, 650 built-in characters, and is printable in 14 languages. The CW-L300 is a thermal printer with a print resolution of 200dpi/128 dot. The label printer prints up to 8 lines and a maximum of 225 entry characters. The disc printer also prints up to 8 lines but can print a maximum of 592 entry characters. A compact design, the CW-L300 weighs only 3.09 lbs. without battery.

The complete package includes: AC Adaptor (AD-21055), Ink ribbon cassette for disc print (TR-18BK), Tape Cartridge for label print (XR-18WE), Application CD-ROM, Sample CD-R, User Documentation in English and Spanish, USB Cable, and one Cartridge Adapter.




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