Rimeage adds 5400N, 3400 to its pro series line
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Rimeage adds 5400N, 3400 to its pro series line


Rimage Corp. (http://www.rimage.com), a provider of on-demand CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc publishing systems, has introduced its newest disc publishing systems: Rimage Professional Series 5400N and Rimage Professional Series 3400. Both are available with DiscFlow for the Mac.

Rimage Professional Series 5400N and 3400 are compact, all-in-one solutions designed specifically for retail applications and disc publishing in front office settings. The Professional Series offers an entry point into on-demand disc publishing. These systems provide an integrated solution, in a compact footprint, that combines the premier printing technology of the Everest thermal retransfer print system with full disc publishing capability for CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.

The new models feature a rotating input carousel with three bins enabling end users to keep CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray Discs available at all times. This function is critical in network-attached devices and is an industry first at the 3400’s ground-breaking price point, says Chris Wells, vice president of marketing and strategy, Rimage. Contact the company for pricing options.

 
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