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    I wouldn't buy a new burner just for this, but it would be a nice little added perk.
    Well, it looks nice. this way you dont need to buy labels or toner cartridges for your printer anymore, it seems very useful for me.
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    Personally I don't much care what my DVDs look like- I label them with a TDK CD marker so I know what's on the disk. Other than that I'm only concerned with what shows up on the TV.
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    Well, you can say its a little of ambition. When you have what you want, you want more! hehe And it would be useful for me because i work on the digitalization bussines, making DVDs from people's home videos. the better the disk looks, the happier client is. (of course it would be better a label in color, it is a very nice option though).
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  4. It looks like a various shades of either silver or brown. Can't really tell due to possible alteration of color of the disk by scanning it in. Be nice to see a very closeup to see if it either dithers it or has a real intensity for each "dot".

    Hum...

    Since the tracks are so tiny on even a CD and esp a DVD. If you could work it so every four or three "rings" were a "c" "y" "m" "k" or just "c", "y", "m" its possible to produce color. Or every three to four dots on a "ring". Since it printing like a printer not sure if you could use RGB as the color scheme. RGB works best on a light source while CYMK work best on a reflective surface.

    Bet some one will comes out with a ink cartridge scheme that as the disk is burned it print on the top as the alternative.
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  5. Does anyone no when this is comeing out to buy ?


    Thanks
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    Does anyone no when this is comeing out to buy ?
    Summer 2004. You can check out their website http://www.lightscribe.com

    They have a few more examples of discs there too.
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  7. Has to advantages....

    1) A quicky clean waterproof way to do a very laser persesion label.
    2) Wear out the head on your DVD drive in 1/2 the time.
    3) Bet the first release is on + only burner drives.


    But it makes the most sense in the long run. But when does the multi color version pop out?
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  8. Originally Posted by NightWing
    2) Wear out the head on your DVD drive in 1/2 the time.
    3) Bet the first release is on + only burner drives.
    It says CD OR DVD drives...

    I dont think you're gonna have to buy a DVD+RW burner

    Works with CD-R drives too... (Maybe CD+R ? )
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  9. can someone tell me how to post a picture iv got some more pictures of cds
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  10. cant wait to get one
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  11. Originally Posted by NightWing
    Since the tracks are so tiny on even a CD and esp a DVD. If you could work it so every four or three "rings" were a "c" "y" "m" "k" or just "c", "y", "m" its possible to produce color. Or every three to four dots on a "ring". Since it printing like a printer not sure if you could use RGB as the color scheme. RGB works best on a light source while CYMK work best on a reflective surface.
    The "rings" are not concentric, it is a long spiral (both CDs and DVDs).


    Darryl
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