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Rimage Disc Publishing Integrated into HP Photosmart StudioNew retail solution to provide customers vivid digital photos in seconds (February 27, 2006)
Rimage Corporation (Nasdaq: RIMG) today announced that its disc publishing technology has been integrated into the new HP Photosmart Studio - the first in-store solution where consumers can design creative products in about five minutes and pick up their product in one hour or less.
Rimage's CD/DVD publishing technology for high-quality, customized photo CD creation will be used in the HP Photosmart Studio to enable customers to burn digital photos from a memory card to a CD, as well as to personalize each disc by selecting an image for direct printing onto the top side of the inkjet-coated CD.
Rimage's versatile CD/DVD image burning and direct CD printing systems deliver unrivaled quality, incorporating HP's licensed inkjet technology to create photo realistic images on every inkjet-coated CD label. This high-volume system enables the HP Photosmart Studio to process orders quickly and efficiently.
The HP Photosmart Studio is the first in-store solution on the market developed to help consumers transform their large number of digital photos into ready-to-share albums, calendars, greeting cards and posters in less than an hour -- while they shop.
Rimage Corporation (www.rimage.com) 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.
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