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Rimage Brings Quality CD/DVD Production to UKs DesktopsCompact Rimage 360i offers cost and time savings, bringing to an end excessive copy house charges (August 22, 2005)
The Rimage Corporation has launched its first desktop CD/DVD publishing model - the Rimage 360i - into the UK market. The new model delivers huge cost and time savings to the UK SME market, as well as the quality production of Rimages high-capacity corporate machines.
With many SMEs spending thousands of pounds each year on CD burning and labeling, the Rimage 360i can offer even moderate users substantial savings. A survey of ten London copy houses revealed that to have 25 CDs burned and labeled would cost an average of £120, all with a turnaround of 24 hours. If a business does this once a week each year, the cost is £6,240.
The Rimage 360i, with a list price of £1595, can burn and label 25 CDs or DVDs an hour, and is compact enough to sit easily on a desk, so is perfect for any small business with a need for high quality disc production.
As well as delivering costs savings, the Rimage 360is ease of use means it gives saves time as well. The user can insert up to 25 CDs and then leave the machine, so is free to get on with other tasks whilst the CDs are burned and the labels printed automatically. The free software package Quick Disk allows for a simple and precise process. Simply ?Create, Burn and Print, and your CD production will have begun.
?For promotional, marketing and sales presentations, professional photographers, recording studios making CDs for upcoming bands or indeed for any business with a need for professional looking CDs or DVDs, the Rimage 360i is the perfect solution, said Graeme Dawson, UK country manager, Rimage. ?Copy houses have been charging too much for too long, and Rimages cost savings, ease-of-use and speed and quality of results mean that the stress is taken out of disc publishing and printing.
The Rimage 360i offers the best in both printing and recording technology. For printing it uses HPs Photo Ret IV technology that delivers 3 pico-liter sized ink droplets that ensures premium quality and economy in direct-to-disc printing, whilst also offering 4800 dpi printing and a full colour spectrum of 16.7 million colours. The CD/DVD recorder technology delivers best-in-class16X DVD recording as well as top-speed 48X CD recording.
The Rimage 360i is compatible with both Windows and Mac, and is distributed with all burning/labelling software. 2GB of sustainable free space is required for the software to function properly.
Rimage Corporation is the world's leading provider of recordable CD and DVD publishing systems, which are used by businesses to produce discs with customized digital content on an on-demand basis. Rimage's publishing systems, which span the range from high to low CD/DVD production volumes, integrate robotics, software and surface label printers into a complete publishing solution. Rimage is focusing its CD/DVD publishing solutions on a set of vertical markets with special needs for customized, on-demand digital information: digital photography, medical imaging, financial institutions, business offices, and government.
For more information visit www.rimage.com.
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