Disc Makers Unveils Re-Designed Automated Elite Duplicator and Printer Line
Posted Dec 8, 2005

Disc Makers, a leading manufacturer of CD and DVD duplicators, has introduced the new Elite2, ElitePro2, Elite4, and ElitePro4 systems, which showcase the new FlexWare software suite that integrates disc creation, on-disc design, disc duplication, and printing into one easy-to-use application, and the latest 16x DVD±R/48x CD-R drives from Plextor.

The new Elite systems are now shipping and start at just $2,490 (was $3,490) for the 2-drive Elite2 and $4,290 (was $5,490) for the 4-drive Elite4. Both systems can be upgraded to an ElitePro - built-in PC with preloaded software, keyboard, and mouse - for just $500 more. The ElitePro2 is $2,990 (was $4,190) and ElitePro4 is $4,790 (was $6,490). All systems are available with Disc Makers' latest Autograph7 4800 dpi color inkjet printer.

The biggest advancement with the new Elite systems is the newFlexWare software suite that simplifies the duplication process for the customer. The FlexWare software gives customers a single application that lets them custom-create their disc with ease, from the on-disc design and layout, to the content, duplication, and printing. It also has built-in auto settings so that discs come out looking and playing perfectly every time in virtually any media player on the market today. The FlexWare software, along with networking options, an unmatched 24-month warranty, and an efficient 18" wide x 20" deep footprint, give hardware customers the complete, turnkey solution to all of their DVD and CD duplication and printing needs.