Primera Technology on Wednesday introduced its Bravo SE Disc Publisher, an automated disc burning and printing system that can record and print up to 20 discs at a time. Compatible with Mac and Windows systems, it costs $1,495.
The Bravo SE uses Pioneer’s DVR-111 mechanism, a dual-layer DVD+/-R/CD-R disc burner that works at up to 16x. After it’s done burning, the disc can be printed directly using a built-in inkjet printer that outputs up to 4800 dots per inch (DPI).
The device connects to a Mac or PC using USB 2.0 and includes software for both Windows and Mac OS X. Included for Mac users is CharisMac’s Discribe 5.0 and CD/DVD label templates for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Primera’s Web site had not been updated with information about the Bravo SE as Macworld posted this article.