Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc Publishers, today announced its BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers (DP-PRO Xi-Series in Europe, Scandinavia and Middle East).

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BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers are new and improved versions of Primera’s award-winning BravoPro Disc Publishers. With their built-in high-speed recorders, direct-to-disc printing and fast robotics, these desktop units automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs and DVDs.

Features of the Xi-Series include:

  • 300% faster robotics for higher throughput
  • Interior blue LED lighting with job status feedback
  • Seventh-generation disc picking mechanism
  • Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.5 (or higher)
  • Optional Blu-ray Disc™ recordable drives
  • New lower prices

Three Xi-Series models are available:

BravoPro Xi AutoPrinter: 100-disc capacity for print-only applications; $1995 (MSRP). Print up to 172 discs per hour.

BravoPro Xi Disc Publisher: 100-disc capacity and one high-speed CD/DVD drive; $2995 (MSRP). Burn and print up to 32 discs per hour.

BravoPro Xi2 Disc Publisher: 100-disc capacity and two high-speed CD/DVD drives; $3295 (MSRP). Burn and print up to 60 discs per hour.

“BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers deliver a level of price and performance not seen before in our industry,” said Mark D. Strobel, Primera’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We’ve taken all the best features from BravoPro ­ the world’s best-selling two-drive disc publisher ­ and enhanced them to deliver the most compelling and feature-rich 100-disc capacity disc publishers available today.”

Primera’s disc publishers are used by a wide variety of organizations including corporate marketing, training and engineering departments, non-profits, churches, schools and universities, recording and video production studios, television stations and much more.

BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers are available now from Primera’s resellers and distributors worldwide.