Disc Makers Set To Unveil Its MacElite Automated CD and DVD Duplication and Printing Systems
Posted Jun 24, 2003

Disc Makers, a manufacturer of CD and DVD duplication systems, will unveil its new line of Macintosh OS X-compatible CD and DVD duplication and printing systems at the MacWorld CreativePro Conference and Expo in New York this July. The Disc Makers MacElite systems are the industry's first large capacity, high-throughput, unattended disc duplication and printing systems available for the Mac OS.

The MacElite's feature an interface that allows users to design disc label artwork, copy CDs and DVDs, and archive images of frequently copied titles to their hard drive. The systems include a 2400 dpi inkjet disc printer, and are available in configurations ranging from one to four CD-R or DVD-R drives. The multi-drive configurations allow MacElite systems to provide substantially higher throughput per hour than single disc systems. Depending on the model selected, the MacElite comes equipped with a huge 125 or 200 disc input capacity.

MacElite duplicators connect to a G4 Mac through FireWire and are the only duplicators that are field-upgradeable to additional or faster drives. Prices for the one-drive MacElite1 start at $3,990. Disc Makers backs up all MacElite systems with a three-year warranty on the robotics and one year on the drives and other components. MacElite owners also have access to Disc Makers' free lifetime tech support.