Filed Under: Peripherals
I used to print disc label using standard printer with specific sticker design for discs, I can tell you that most of the prints out were failed to fit the disc. It’s horrible. And when I know that Primera announced its Bravo 4100-Series Disc Publisher, I’m excited to make a buzz about the product. This is exactly the tool what I looking for a long time, honestly. Availbale in three models including Bravo 4100 AutoPrinter, Bravo 4101 Disc Publisher, and Bravo 4102 Disc Publisher, the features of the new Bravo 4100-Series include: 6 seconds per disc print speed; Individual CMYK ink cartridges; 4800 dpi print quality; 300% faster robotics than previous models; Interior blue LED lighting with job status feedback; Seventh-generation disc picking mechanism; Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.6 (or higher); Optional Blu-ray Disc recordable drives with eSATA interface for true 12x BD-R recording speeds.