Verbatim announces latest additions to their quality range of Rimage CD/DVD Publishers
- 18 September, 2003 16:55
<p>The next generation in print technology is unveiled with Everest II and Endeavor™.</p>
When Everest appeared on the scene just over 2 years ago, it completely revolutionized the way people envision printing to CDs and DVDs. Now Everest II is doing it all over again, by making the technology more affordable, faster, and even better than before.
Everest II, is the next generation in Everest print technology. It continues to offer affordable, off-set quality CD/DVD printing, producing photo-realistic labels with unsurpassed durability, PLUS, it is faster, more affordable, and better than ever.
•Photo-Realistic Images using Rimage's patented Everest™ printing technology-a ground breaking thermal-retransfer system that redefines the industry standard.
•Unmatched Durability delivering dependable, lights-out production, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
•Everest II is Faster AND More Affordable Everest II features a 30% reduction in the cost of every label you produce, plus it prints those full-colour, full-coverage labels in less than 60 seconds!
•Enhanced Printing Capabilities Everest II has been optimized to produce intense solids, more vibrant colours, with increased clarity and sharpness of image and enhanced colour management and colour matching.</p>
Endeavor is the most recent addition to the Producer II Family of CD/DVD Publishing solutions. This new unit has been specifically designed to bring high-quality output to front office and other environments with low-volume needs for generating CDs and DVDs.
•Collate or Duplicate, you decide! Endeavor's special 5-tray disc collating feature let's you sort and organize individual and custom jobs, while the 75-disc output bin manages your short run duplication projects.
•Exceptionally Small Footprint Endeavor helps you preserve valuable office space with its compact size. The width is a mere 9 inches!
•Easy Front Loading 50-Disc Input Holder ensures that users need not worry about Endeavor's inner workings. Anyone can simply swing the small bottom door open and deposit up to 50 discs in the holder and continue producing.
•Everest II Label Printing Technology The full-colour, indelible, photorealistic, offset quality label printing of Everest II is now available in a compact, low-volume solution.
•Rimage Power, Compact Solution Endeavor takes all the elements of Producer -- networkability, robust operation, Everest II print technology, world class software, and custom publishing capabilities -- and filters them into a solution geared specifically toward the office.</p>
<p>Pricing and Availability
The Everest II and Endeavor™ models are now available from authorised Verbatim resellers.
The Everest II is priced at $9,999 (RRP) standalone or $16,499 configured as a 300 disc AutoPrinter.
The Endeavor™ Publisher is priced from $17,999 (RRP) for the dual CD-R drive model, and $19,999 for the dual DVD-R model.</p>
Rimage Corporation is the world’s leading provider of integrated recordable CD/DVD publishing systems, required for producing discs with customized digital content in on-demand environments. Rimage Corporation is located in Minneapolis Minnesota with operations in the USA, Europe and Asia.</p>
Since 1969 Verbatim has been at the forefront of the evolution of data storage technology. Today, more than 30 years later, Verbatim remains one of the most recognizable names in data storage and is an international market leader in the distribution of optical and magnetic media, computer hardware and computer consumables. Verbatim Australia is the market leader in the distribution of CD/DVD Duplication and Publishing equipment, providing sales and support services for leading manufacturers. For more information see www.verbatim.com.au</p>
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