The Magellan Group has introduced its desktop CD-ROM duplicator MediaFORM CD 2601.
Costing z4,995 plus VAT, the technology uses an auto-loading device, allowing 36 CDs to be duplicated without any attention, and without the need for specially trained staff, according to the company.
The machine is aimed at companies seeking to distribute upgrades by CD-ROM, including data such as catalogues, product and price lists, training and service manuals, and archives.
The format of the disk inserted is recognised automatically, with a range of industry standards supported. A 74 minute CD can be copied in 18 minutes, claimed Magellan.
The CD writer also features an intelligent controller to verify the quality of every CD produced and send unsatisfactory CDs to the reject bin. A three key interface aims to provide user-friendly operation.
Magellan is targeting the product at medium and smaller organisations.
"Previously the convenience of in-house CD duplication was the domain of only the largest organisations," commented Nick Niedzwiedzki, divisional general manager at Magellan Hardware.
Magellan Group 01256 681186.
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