Primera Technology Bravo 4100-Series
Full-color, 100 percent coverage discs with near-perfect print quality are printed in just 6 seconds each with the Bravo 4100-Series. With built-in high-speed recorders, direct-to-disc printing and fast robotics, Primera's disc printers and publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. Other new features include: Individual CMYK ink cartridges, 4800dpi print quality, 300 percent faster robotics than previous models, interior blue LED lighting with job status feedback, seventh-generation disc picking mechanism, and compatibility with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.6 (or higher).
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