Plymouth, Minn.-based Primera Technology Inc. on Friday announced its Bravo II Disc Publisher, an automated system that burns and prints CDs and DVDs. It works with Macs and Windows PCs alike.
The system incorporates a 52x CD-R recorder or, optionally, a Pioneer combo DVD±R/CD-R recorder. A robotic mechanism transports the discs from burner to print mechanism, where labels can be printed at 4800 dot per inch (DPI) resolution — twice the resolution of its predecessor. Up to 50 discs can be printed.
The Bravo supports Mac OS X v10.2 “Jaguar” or later, as well as Windows 2000 and XP. Pricing and availability were not announced, and as MacCentral posted this article details had not been posted to the Primera Web site.