Kanguru has announced a new DVD duplicator that it claims to be the fastest in the industry. The new duplicator copies DVDs at 22x recording speeds and uses SATA drives for fast transfer from the hard drive to the duplication software.
The company says that the duplicator can copy a full 4.7GB single layer DVD in under 5 minutes. The duplicator is capable of duplicating CDs and DVDs and connects to a PC via USB. The internal hard drive has 250GB of storage for holding digital data to be copied.
Models of the duplicator are also available that feature Lightscribe disc labeling. Features of the duplicators include copy, compare, copy and compare, test, test and copy, mix audio tracks, erase and auto copy. The device is compatible with multiple disc formats.
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