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Postby dolphinius_rex on Wed Aug 30, 2006 6:53 pm

I'm not sure if anyone here would be interested in this sort of thing, but I'm going to try regardless :wink:

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Product Specifications

- 16X DVD/48X CD burning
- 50-disc input capacity
- 20 cents cost per print, full color, full coverage
- Fast--less than one minute per print
- Software included (PrassiTech Zulu2 v. 2.0.302 and SureThing CD Labeler 4 SE, Microboards Edition)
- Tri-color ink cartridge (P/N: GX-200HC)
- Single high-speed USB 2.0 interface
- Windows XP/2000
- Up to 4800 dpi printing
- Patented disc-movement technology enhances speed and reliability
- Smallest desktop footprint: 11.5 inches wide!


http://www.microboards.com/article.php/ ... 6120401639

The *MINIMUM* advertisable price for this is $1795 USD. So I can't *advertise* any lower then that... but I *CAN* throw in free shipping.

I should also mention that this is brand new, and ships from Microboards in the US (MN or CA). Ink cartridges are $43.95 USD (no free shipping if shipped on their own).

PM me for more details :D

P.S. Hoxlund, this thing was MADE for *YOU*
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Postby hoxlund on Wed Aug 30, 2006 11:05 pm

so how does it spit out the done ones?

it looks like it slides burned side down :(
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Postby dolphinius_rex on Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:19 am

hoxlund wrote:so how does it spit out the done ones?

it looks like it slides burned side down :(


Very... VERY carefully. The first generation had scratching problems, which they fixed in the second generation. This is a third generation unit... it's much better! :D
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