Microboards Introduces CD/DVD Publisher

Microboards Introduces CD/DVD Publisher

DX-2 Publisher combines disc recording and printing into single industrial-strength unit

Chanhassen, MN, January 3, 2005 — Microboards today introduced its new CD/DVD publisher, placing revolutionary production quantity capabilities at the fingertips of desktop users. The system allows consumers to produce larger quantities of discs with a finished, professional label, at a lower cost per disc. The DX-2 utilizes HP-based inkjet technology with Microboards’ patented, robust automation.

The DX-2, available immediately through authorized Microboards resellers, is the latest development in a comprehensive plan to bring industrial strength duplication into a variety of applications. The software suite with the DX-2 includes SureThing label editing software and PrassiTech Zulu 2 recording and automation software, giving consumers access to advanced publishing features as well.

”With the DX-2 and its included publishing software suite, our customers will be able to create batches of recording jobs totaling up to 100 discs for unattended publishing in a matter of minutes,” said John Westrum, Vice President and CTO at Microboards. “By delivering a faster, more robust system, Microboards addresses a need with our customers who are now dependant on CDs and DVDs for dissemination of information to ever larger numbers of people.”

Microboards’ recent release of a second generation of its popular disc printer, the Print Factory, came as a result of studies showing the overall quantity of discs produced in each job on the rise. “The PF-2 Disc Printer, and now the DX-2 Publisher, have found a home in these growing organizations and applications,” said Westrum.

From the intuitive software interface, DX-2 users will have access to a wide range of features, including:

About Microboards
Microboards has been the industry leader in distribution and development of CD Recordable technology systems since 1989. Other historical highlights include the introduction of the first CD recorders and media in the United States, as well as the introduction of the first CD and DVD duplicators. Microboards is headquartered in Chanhassen, Minnesota with manufacturing facilities in Salida California. Microboards is represented internationally by its offices in London, UK and Tokyo, Japan and by authorized resellers around the world.

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