Verbatim Brings Color Backgrounds To LightScribe DVD Media

Posted: Jul 8 2008, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:20am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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When it comes to labeling discs like CDs and DVDs you can go a couple ways. You can get out a marker and write on the discs, which is rather messy and the labels may not stay. Or you can use a direct labeling media and DVD burner like LightScribe.

For a while you could get CD media for LightScribe that offered color backgrounds. Today LightScribe and Verbatim announced that DVD+R media is now available for LightScribe with color backgrounds. The media can be had with red, orange, green, yellow and blue backgrounds to add more creativity to the LightScribe labeling process.

Verbatim isn’t the only media company offering color background LightScribe DVD+R discs. Other companies offering the media include HP, Aleratec, Imation, Memorex and more. "Customers tell us they love the color background CDs launched last year," said Kent Henscheid, marketing manager for LightScribe. "That media constitutes a significant proportion of all LightScribe CD media, and it was logical to fill out the LightScribe DVD lineup with color background technology as well. We expect these DVDs to be available in more and more channels worldwide."

Via Verbatim

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